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O. Reg. 1/97 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 3/97 223 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 




1997—01—18 



ONTARIO REGULATION 1/97 

made under the 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

Made: November 8, 1996 
Filed: January 2, 1997 

Amending Reg. 1012ofR.R.O. 1990 
(Definitions by Minister, Exemptions, Forms and Rebates) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 1012 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 267/96 and 404/%. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1995. 



(2) The description of class 3a in the Table to section 11 of the 
Regulation is amended by adding at the end "other than cheddar 
cheese curds". 

(3) The description of class 3b in the Table to section 11 of the 
Regulation is amended by inserting after "cheese" in the first line 
"cheddar cheese curds". 

(4) The description of class 4a in the Table to section 11 of the 
Regulation is amended by adding at the end "or used to process 
condensed milk for processing into milk products other than fluid 
milk products". 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



1. Section 1 of Regulation 1012 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following definition: 

"fire fighting vehicles" means motor vehicles specially designed and 
equipped at the time of purchase for use primarily in fire fighting, 
rescue and emergency response and includes pumpers, initial attack 
fire apparatus, mobile water supply apparatus, wildland fire appa- 
ratus, aerial ladder apparatus, aerial ladder platform or other types of 
platform apparatus, light, medium and heavy rescue vehicles, haz- 
ardous materials apparatus, mobile command post units and other 
similar vehicles, but does not include fire chief's vehicles; 

2. Subsection 14 (6) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"7 (1) of the Act" in the fourth line and substituting "(1)". 

3. Section 2 shall be deemed to have come into force on January 
1, 1991. 



Ernie Eves 
Minister of Finance 



James Wheeler 
Chair 



Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated at Toronto on November 8, 19%. 



Dated at Guelph on January 2, 1997. 
3/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 3/97 

made under the 

SAFETY AND CONSUMER STATUTES 

ADMINISTRATION ACT, 1996 

Made: December 11, 1996 
Filed: January 6, 1997 

ADMINISTRATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE 
DEALERS ACT 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 2/97 

made under the 

MILK ACT 

Made: December 20, 19% 
Filed: January 3, 1997 

Amending Reg. 753 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Grades, Standards, Designations, Classes, 

Packing and Marking) 

Since January 1, 19%, Regulation 753 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 449/%. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



1. (1) Subsection 11 (3) of Regulation 753 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding after "plant" in 
the second line, "except class 4d". 



1. The following are designated as designated legislation for the 
purposes of subsection 3 ( 1 ) of the Act: 

1. All provisions of the Motor Vehicle Dealers Act except for 
section 24. 

2. All provisions of the regulations made under that Act 

2. For the purposes of subsection 3 (2) of the Act, the Ontario Motor 
Vehicle Industry Council, that is incorporated under the laws of the 
Province of Ontario by letters patent dated October 8, 19% and with 
which the Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations has entered 
into an administrative agreement dated January 6, 1997 for the 
purposes of section 4 of the Act, is designated as the administrative 
authority for the purpose of administering the legislation designated by 
section 1. 

3. For the purposes of subsection 20 (1) of the Motor Vehicle 
Dealers Act, any notice or order required to be given or served under 
that Act or the regulations made under it is sufficiently given or served 
if delivered personally or sent by registered mail addressed to the 
person to whom delivery or service is required to be made at the latest 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 4/97 



address for service appearing on the records of the Ontario Motor 
Vehicle Industry Council. 



3/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 4/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 



Made: January 6, 1997 
Filed: January 6, 1997 

WITHDRAWAL AND DELEGATION OF 

AUTHORITY: COUNTIES OF HASTINGS AND 

PRINCE EDWARD AND THE QUINTE-EAST 

NORTHUMBERLAND MUNICIPAL PLANNING 

AUTHORITY 

1.(1) The authority of the Council of the County of Hastings, 

(a) under subsection 50 ( 1 8) of the Act, to give approvals; 

(b) under section 51 of the Act, to approve a plan of subdivision; 

(c) under section 53 of the Act, to give consents; 

(d) under section 57 of the Act, to issue a certificate of validation; 
and 

(e) under section 50 of the Condominium Act, to approve or exempt 
a condominium description, 

is removed with respect to all applications made after January 5, 1997 
for land in The Village of Frankford and The Township of Sidney. 

(2) The delegation of the Minister's authority to the Council of the 
County of Hastings, 

(a) under subsection 305 (2) of the Municipal Act, by Ontario 
Regulations 143/95 and 430/96; and 

(b) under subsection 88 (3)of the Registry Act and section 146ofthe 
Land Titles Act, by Ontario Regulations 149/95 and 429/96, 

is withdrawn with respect to all applications made after January 5, 1 997 
for land in The Village of Frankford and The Township of Sidney. 

(3) The delegation of the Minister's authority to the Council of the 
County of Hastings under subsection 297 ( 1 0) of the Municipal Act, by 
Ontario Regulations 1 48/95 and 427/96, is withdrawn with respect to all 
by-laws passed after January 5, 1997 for land in The Village of 
Frankford and The Township of Sidney. 

2. ( 1 ) The authority of the Council of the County of Prince Edward, 

(a) under subsection 50 (18) of the Act, to give approvals; 

(b) under section 51 of the Act, to approve a plan of subdivision; 

(c) under section 53 of the Act, to give consents; 

(d) under section 57 of the Act, to issue a certificate of validation; 
and 

(e) under section 50 of the Condominium Act, to approve or exempt 
a condominium description, 



is removed with respect to all applications made after January 5, 1997 
for land in The Township of Ameliasburgh. 

(2) The delegation of the Minister's authority to the Council of the 
County of Prince Edward, 

(a) under subsection 305 (2) of the Municipal Act, by Ontario 
Regulations 143/95 and 430/96; and 

(b) under subsection 88 (3)of the RegistryAct and section 146ofthe 
Land Titles Act, by Ontario Regulations 149/95 and 429/96, 

is withdrawn with respect to all applications made after January 5, 1997 
for land in The Township of Ameliasburgh. 

(3) The delegation of the Minister's authority to the Council of the 
County of Prince Edward under subsection 297 (10) of the Municipal 
Act, by Ontario Regulations 148/95 and 427/96, is withdrawn with 
respect to all by-laws passed after January 5, 1997 for land in The 
Township of Ameliasburgh. 

3. The authority of the Minister, 

(a) under subsection 50 (18) of the Act, to give approvals; 

(b) under section 51 of the Act, to approve a plan of subdivision; 

(c) under section 53 of the Act, to give consents; 

(d) under section 57 of the Act, to issue a certificate of validation; 

(e) under section 50 of the Condominium Act, to approve or exempt 
a condominium description; 

(f) under subsection 305 (2) of the Municipal Act; 

(g) under subsection 88 (3) of the Registry Act; and 

(h) under section 146 of the Land Titles Act, 

is delegated to the Quinte-East Northumberland municipal planning 
authority with respect to all applications made after January 5, 1997 for 
land in The Village of Frankford, The Township of Sidney and The 
Township of Ameliasburgh. 

(2) The authority of the Minister under subsection 297 (10) of the 
Municipal Act is delegated to the Quinte-East Northumberland 
municipal planning authority with respect to all by-laws passed after 
January 5, 1997 for land in The Village of Frankford, The Township of 
Sidney and The Township of Ameliasburgh. 

4. Despite section 3, all authority of the Minister under section 51 
of the Act to approve a plan of subdivision is delegated to the 
Quinte-East Northumberland municipal planning authority with 
respect to applications whose file numbers are set out in the Schedule. 

5. (1) If any authority delegated under section 3 or 4 is in turn 
delegated to a committee of the municipal planning authority or to an 
appointed officer under subsection 5 (1) of the Act, the municipal 
planning authority shall forward to the Minister a certified copy of the 
delegating by-law within 15 days of its passing. 

(2) The delegations of authority set out in this Regulation are not 
terminated by reason only that the condition set out in subsection (1) is 
not complied with. 

6. This Regulation comes into force on January 6, 1997. 



O. Reg. 4/97 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



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Schedule 

FILE NUMBERS OF APPLICATIONS FOR 
APPROVAL OF PLANS OF SUBDIVISION 

County of Prince Edward 

13T-89006 
13T-90001 
13T-93001 

County of Hastings 

12T-96001 
I2T-8I003 
12T-88003 
I2T-89011 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on January 6, 1997. 



3/97 



Quinte-East Northumberland municipal planning authority with 
respect to applications whose file numbers are set out in Schedule 2. 

3. (1) If any authority delegated under section 1 or 2 is in turn 
delegated to a committee of the municipal planning authority or to an 
appointed officer under subsection 5 (1) of the Act, the municipal 
planning authority shall forward to the Minister a certified copy of the 
delegating by-law within IS days of its passing. 

(2) The delegations of authority in this Regulation are not terminated 
by reason only that the condition set out in subsection (1) is not 
complied with. 

4. This Regulation comes into force on January 6, 1997. 



Schedule 1 

1 . The Town of Brighton 

2. The Township of Brighton 

3. The Township of Murray 



ONTARIO REGULATION 5/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 6, 1997 
Filed: January 6, 1997 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF MINISTER: 

QUINTE-EAST NORTHUMBERLAND MUNICIPAL 

PLANNING AUTHORITY 



1.(1) The authority of the Minister, 

(a) under section 51 of the Act, to approve a plan of subdivision; 

(b) under section 50 of the Condominium Act, to approve or exempt 
a condominium description; 

(c) under subsection 88 (3) of the Registry Act and section 1 46 of the 
Land Titles Act, to give consent to orders amending plans of 
subdivision registered after March 27, 1946; and 

(d) under subsection 305 (2) of the Municipal Act, to approve the 
laying out of highways less than 20 metres in width, 

is delegated to the Quinte-East Northumberland municipal planning 
authority with respect to all applications made after January 5, 1997 for 
land in the municipalities listed in Schedule 1 . 

(2) The authority of the Minister under subsection 297 (10) of the 
Municipal Act, to approve by-laws passed under clause 297 (1) (b) or 
(c) of the Municipal Act in respect of any highway or part of a highway 
shown on a registered plan of subdivision registered after March 27, 
1946, is delegated to the Quinte-East Northumberland municipal 
planning authority with respect to all by-laws passed after January 5, 
1997 for land in the municipalities listed in Schedule 1. 

2. Despite subsection 1 (1), the authority of the Minister under 
section 5 1 of the Act to approve plans of subdivision is delegated to the 



Schedule 2 

RLE NUMBERS OF APPLICATIONS FOR 
APPROVAL OF PLANS OF SUBDIVISION 

14T-95005 
14T-88016 
14T-89016 
14T-90018 
14T-90020 
14T-92001 
14T-93001 
14T-87012 
14T-95008 
14T-89021 
14T-9OO08 
14T-91002 
14T-91015 
14T-92005 
14T-93003 
14T-93004 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on January 6, 1997. 
3/97 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 7/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 6/97 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 6, 1997 
Filed: January 6, 1997 

QUINTE-EAST NORTHUMBERLAND 
MUNICIPAL PLANNING AUTHORITY- 
NUMBER OF MEMBERS 

1. In accordance with subsection 14.1 (5) of the Act, the council 
of each local municipality listed in Column 1 of the Table shall 
appoint to the Quinte-East Northumberland municipal planning 
authority the number of members listed beside it in Column 2 of the 
Table. 

TABLE 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Name of Municipality 


Number of 
members 


1. 


Township of Ameliasburgh 


2 


2. 


Town of Brighton 


1 


3. 


Township of Brighton 


1 


4. 


Village of Frankford 


1 


5. 


Township of Murray 


2 


6. 


Township of Sidney 


3 



2. This Regulation comes into force on January 6, 1997. 

Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on January 6, 1997. 



3/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 7/97 

made under the 

ONTARIO NEW HOME WARRANTIES 

PLAN ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 7/97 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LE RÉGIME DE GARANTIES DES 

LOGEMENTS NEUFS DE L'ONTARIO 



Made: December 24, 1996 
Filed: January 9, 1997 

Amending Reg. 892 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Administration of the Plan) 

Note: Since January 1, 19%, Regulation 892 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 50/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



1. Subparagraph 3 (1) of Schedule A to Regulation 892 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

( 1 ) The enrolment fee for every home of a type referred to in clauses 
(a) and (b) of the definition of "home" in section 1 of the Act is as 
follows: 



Remarque : 



pris le 24 décembre 1996 
déposé le 9 janvier 1997 

modifiant le Règl. 892 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Administration du Régime) 

Depuis le 1 "janvier 1996, le Règlement 892 a été modifié 
par le Règlement de l'Ontario 50/96. Pour les modifi- 
cations antérieures, voir la Table des règlements qui fi- 
gure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1995. 



1. La sous-disposition 3 (1) de l'annexe A du Règlement 892 des 
Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogée et remplacée 
par ce qui suit : 

(1) Les droits d'enregistrement pour chaque logement d'un genre 
visé aux alinéas a) et b) de la définition de «logement» à l'article 1 de 
la Loi s'établissent comme suit : 



O. Reg. 7/97 

Sale Price of the Home 



over 
over 
over 
over 
over 
over 
over 
over 
over 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 
Fee Prix de vente du logement 



$100,000 
$100,000 
$150,000 
$200,000 
$250,000 
$300,000 
$350,000 
$400,000 
$450,000 
$500,000 



or less 
up to and 
up to and 
up to and 
up to and 
up to and 
up to and 
up to and 
up to and 



including 
including 
including 
including 
including 
including 
including 
including 



$150,000 
$200,000 
$250,000 
$300,000 
$350,000 
$400,000 
$450,000 
$500,000 



$445 
470 
520 
570 
620 
670 
720 
770 
820 
870 



2. This Regulation comes into force on February 1, 1997. 

Passed by the Directors on December 12, 1996. 



100 000$ ou moins 
plus de 100 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence 
plus de 150 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence 
plus de 200 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence 
plus de 250 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence 
plus de 300 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence 
plus de 350 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence 
plus de 400 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence 
plus de 450 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence 
plus de 500 000 $ 

2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 1 er février 1997. 

Adopté par les administrateurs le 12 décembre 1996. 



O. Reg. 


8/97 227 




Droits 




445$ 


de 150 000$ 


470 


de 200 000 $ 


520 


de 250 000$ 


570 


de 300 000$ 


620 


de 350 000 $ 


670 


de 400 000 $ 


720 


de 450 000$ 


770 


de 500 000$ 


820 




870 



Hugh Heron 
Chair 



Hugh Heron 
Président 



Al Libfeld 
Secretary 

Confirmed by the members in accordance with the Corporations Act on 
December 12, 1996. 



Al Libfeld 
Secrétaire 

Ratifié par les membres conformément à la Loi sur les personnes 
morales le 12 décembre 1996. 



Al Libfeld 
Secretary 



Al Libfeld 
Secrétaire 



3/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 8/97 

made under the 
LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

Made: December 23, 1996 
Filed: January 10, 1997 

Amending Reg. 735 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Establishment of Local Roads Areas — Northwestern Region) 

Note: Since January 1, 19%, Regulation 735 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 1/96, 5/96, 146/96 and 451/96. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 

1. Regulation 735 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 138 

HERONRY LAKE LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All those portions of the Township of Godson in the Territorial 
District of Kenora shown outlined on Ministry of Transportation Plan 
N-713-A1, filed with the Record Services Unit of the Ministry of 
Transportation at Thunder Bay on October 4, 1996. 



Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated at Toronto on December 23, 1996. 



3/97 



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O. Reg. 10/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 9/97 

made under the 

NURSING HOMES ACT 

Made: January 8, 1997 
Filed: January 10, 1997 

Amending Reg. 832 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 832 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 219/96, 222/96 and 340/96. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 

1. (1) Subclause 47 (2) (c) (i) of Regulation 832 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(i) that the length of the psychiatric absence does not exceed 45 
days, or 

(2) Subclause 47 (2) (c) (ii) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "thirty" wherever it appears and substituting "45" in 
each case. 

2. Section 61.1 of the Regulation is amended by striking out "For 
the purpose of determining whether sections 60, 61 and 80.1 are 
being complied with" at the beginning and substituting "For the 
purpose of determining whether sections 60 and 61 are being 
complied with." 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

61.1.1 A licensee of a nursing home shall ensure that there are 
sufficient qualified administrative staff to manage and administer the 
home. 

4. Sections 80.1 and 81 of the Regulation are revoked. 

5. Clause 103 (1) (a) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"non-interest bearing" in the first line. 

6. Section 118 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

118. ( 1 ) For the purpose of sections 1 1 5 to 117, 

(a) each long-stay resident of a nursing home shall be deemed to 
receive a full day of accommodation in the home on the day the 
resident is admitted to the home and on the day the resident is 
discharged from the home; 

(b) each short-stay resident of a nursing home shall be deemed to 
receive a full day of accommodation in the home on the day the 
resident is admitted to the home and shall be deemed not to 
receive accommodation in the home on the day the resident is 
discharged from the home. 

(2) Despite clause (1) (a), a long-stay resident of a nursing home 
shall be deemed not to receive accommodation in the home on the day 
the resident is discharged from the home, if the resident is admitted on 
the same day to another nursing home, an approved charitable home for 
the aged under the Charitable Institutions Act or a home under the 
Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act. 

7. Subsection 144.2 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) In this section, 



"Continuum of Care Facilities Table" means the table published by the 
Ministry of Health that is titled "Continuum of Care Facilities Table" 
and that is dated October 24, 1996. 

8. Item 3 of Table 1 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



3. 


1996 and 
following 
years 


The document titled "Long-Term Care 
Facility Subsidy Calculation 
Worksheet" and dated May 20, 1996. 



9. (1) Section 7 shall be deemed to have come into force on August 
1, 1996. 

(2) Section 8 shall be deemed to have come into force on June 1, 
1996. 



3/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 10/97 

made under the 

HOMES FOR THE AGED AND REST HOMES ACT 

Made: January 8, 1997 
Filed: January 10, 1997 

Amending Reg. 637 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 637 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 221/96, 223/96 and 342/96. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 

1. The heading immediately preceding section 2 and sections 2 
and 2.1 of Regulation 637 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 are revoked. 

2. Section 3.2 of the Regulation is amended by striking out "For 
the purpose of determining whether sections 2.1 and 3.1 are being 
complied with" at the beginning and substituting "For the purpose 
of determining whether section 3.1 is being complied with". 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

3.3 The municipality, municipalities or board maintaining and 
operating a home shall ensure that there are sufficient qualified 
administrative staff to manage and administer the home. 

4. Subsection 12.10.1 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) In this section, 

"Continuum of Care Facilities Table" means the table published by the 
Ministry of Health that is titled "Continuum of Care Facilities Table" 
and that is dated October 24, 1996. 

5. Clause 18 (1) (o) of the Regulation is revoked. 

6. Subsection 23 (2) of the Regulation is revoked. 

7. Section 39.5 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

39.5 (1) For the purpose of sections 39.2 to 39.4, 

(a) each long-stay resident of a home shall be deemed to receive a 
full day of accommodation in the home on the day the resident 



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O.Reg. 11/97 229 



is admitted to the home and on the day the resident is discharged 
from the home; 

(b) each short-stay resident of a home shall be deemed to receive a 
full day of accommodation in the home on the day the resident 
is admitted to the home and shall be deemed not to receive 
accommodation in the home on the day the resident is discharged 
from the home. 

(2) Despite clause (1) (a), a long-stay resident of a home shall be 
deemed not to receive accommodation in the home on the day the 
resident is discharged from the home, if the resident is admitted on the 
same day to another home, an approved charitable home for the aged 
under the Charitable Institutions Act or a nursing home under the 
Nursing Homes Act. 

8. (1) Subclause 45 (2) (c) (i) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(i) that the length of the psychiatric absence does not exceed 45 
days, or 

(2) Subclause 45 (2) (c) (ii) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "thirty" wherever it appears and substituting "45" in 
each case. 

9. Item 3 of Table 1 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



3. 


1996 and 
following 
years 


The document titled "Long-Term Care 
Facility Subsidy Calculation 
Worksheet" and dated May 20, 1996. 



10. (1) Section 4 shall be deemed to have come into force on 
August 1, 1996. 

(2) Section 9 shall be deemed to have come into force on June 1, 
1996. 



3/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 11/97 

made under the 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

Made: January 8, 1997 
Filed: January 10, 1997 

Amending Reg. 69 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 



Note: 



Since January 1, 19%, Regulation 69 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 220/96, 229/96 and 341/96. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 



complied with" at the beginning and substituting "For the purpose 
of determining whether section 17.1 is being complied with". 

5. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

17.3 An approved corporation maintaining and operating an 
approved charitable home for the aged shall ensure that there are 
sufficient qualified administrative staff to manage and administer the 
home. 

6. Section 45 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

45. ( 1 ) For the purpose of sections 42 to 44, 

(a) each long-stay resident of an approved charitable home for the 
aged shall be deemed to receive a full day of accommodation in 
the home on the day the resident is admitted to the home and on 
the day the resident is discharged from the home; 

(b) each short-stay resident of an approved charitable home for the 
aged shall be deemed to receive a full day of accommodation in 
the home on the day the resident is admitted to the home and 
shall be deemed not to receive accommodation in the home on 
the day the resident is discharged from the home. 

(2) Despite clause (1) (a), a long-stay resident of an approved 
charitable home for the aged shall be deemed not to receive 
accommodation in the home on the day the resident is discharged from 
the home, if the resident is admitted on the same day to another 
approved charitable home for the aged, a nursing home under the 
Nursing Homes Act or a home under the Homes for the Aged and Rest 
Homes Act. 

7. (1) Subclause 47 (2) (c) (i) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(i) that the length of the psychiatric absence does not exceed 
45 days, or 

(2) Subclause 47 (2) (c) (ii) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "thirty" wherever it appears and substituting "45" in 
each case. 

8. Subsection 75.2 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) In this section, 

"Continuum of Care Facilities Table" means the table published by the 
Ministry of Health that is titled "Continuum of Care Facilities Table" 
and that is dated October 24, 19%. 

9. Item 3 of Table 2 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



1. Subsection 6 (2) of Regulation 69 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) Clauses (1) (j) and (o) do not apply to an approved charitable 
home for the aged. 

2. Subsection 9 (3) of the Regulation is revoked. 

3. Section 11.1 of the Regulation is revoked. 

4. Section 17.2 of the Regulation is amended by striking out "For 
the purpose of determining whether sections 11.1 and 17.1 are being 



3. 


19% and 
following 
years 


The document titled "Long-Term Care 
Facility Subsidy Calculation 
Worksheet" and dated May 20, 19%. 



10. (1) Section 8 shall be deemed to have come into force on 
August 1, 1996. 

(2) Section 9 shall be deemed to have come into force on June 1, 
19%. 



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CORRECTION 

Ontario Regulation 550/96 under the Police Services Act published 
in the January 4, 1997 issue of The Ontario Gazette. 



The French version of Ontario Regulation 550/96 should have read as 
follows: 



CORRECTION 

Règlement de l'Ontario 550/96 pris en application de la Loi sur les 
services policiers, publié dans le numéro du 4 janvier 1997 de la 
Gazette de l'Ontario. 

La version française du Règlement de l'Ontario 550/96 aurait dû se lire 
comme suit : 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 550/96 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES SERVICES POLICIERS 

pris le 19 décembre 1996 
déposé le 20 décembre 1996 

FORMULAIRES DU SYSTÈME D'ANALYSE DES 
LIENS ENTRE LES CRIMES DE VIOLENCE 

1. La définition qui suit s'applique au présent règlement. 

«SALCV» Le Système d'analyse des liens entre les crimes de violence. 

2. (1) L'agent de police qui est chargé d'une enquête remplit et 
soumet, dans les 30 jours du début de l'enquête, un ou plusieurs 
formulaires d'analyse du crime SALCV, rédigés selon le modèle établi 
par la Gendarmerie royale du Canada et conformément aux normes 
établies du SALCV. 

(2) L'agent de police qui est chargé d'une enquête met à jour, con- 
formément aux normes établies du SALCV, le formulaire d'analyse du 
crime SALCV qui a été soumis aux termes du paragraphe (1) au plus 
tard 30 jours après qu'un changement important est survenu ou que des 
renseignements significatifs en ce qui concerne l'enquête ont été obte- 
nus. 

(3) Les paragraphes (1) et (2) ne s'appliquent qu'aux types d'en- 
quêtes suivants : 

1 . L'homicide ou la tentative de meurtre, que l'auteur du crime ait 
été trouvé ou non. 

2. L'agression sexuelle, que l'auteur du crime ait été trouvé ou non. 



3. La disparition d'une personne, lorsque les circonstances dans 
lesquelles la disparition s'est produite sont très suspectes et que 
la personne n'a pas été retrouvée. 

4. Un corps non identifié a été trouvé, lorsqu'on sait ou soupçonne 
qu'il s'agit d'un homicide. 

5. L'enlèvement ou la tentative d'enlèvement par une personne au- 
tre que les parents. 

6. Tout type d'enquêtes qui est ajouté à la liste des critères de sou- 
mission du SALCV et que désigne le solliciteur général et minis- 
tre des Services correctionnels. 

(4) Les formulaires d'analyse du crime SALCV sont soumis à tout 
centre du SALCV que désigne le solliciteur général et ministre des Ser- 
vices correctionnels. 

3. (1) Le chef de police prépare et présente au solliciteur général et 
ministre des Services correctionnels : 

a) d'une part, un rapport annuel dans lequel est indiqué le nombre 
de formulaires d'analyse du crime SALCV, à l'exclusion des 
formulaires modifiés, qui ont été soumis par le corps de police 
au cours de l'année précédente; 

b) d'autre part, tous autres renseignements que demande le sollici- 
teur général et ministre des Services correctionnels aux fins de 
vérification et des politiques. 

(2) Le premier rapport annuel est présenté le 1 er janvier 1998. 

4. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 15 février 1997. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 12/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: December 12, 1996 
Filed: January 17, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 25/86 

(Zoning Areas — Territorial District of Kenora, 

Part of the Sioux Lookout Planning Area) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 25/86 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 133/%, 137/96 and 
327/96. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



1. Ontario Regulation 25/86 is amended by adding the following 
section: 



121. ( 1 ) Despite section 1 6, the shoreline setback shall be 9.5 metres 
for the lands described in subsection (4). 



(2) Despite paragraph 4 of subsection 28 ( 1 ), the minimum front yard 
requirement shall be 10.5 metres for the lands described in subsection 

(4). 



(3) Despite paragraph 6 of subsection 28 (1), the minimum side yard 
requirement shall be 2.5 metres for the lands described in subsection 
(4). 



(4) Subsections (1), (2) and (3) apply to the lands in the Township of 
Drayton in the District of Kenora, being part of Lot 22 in Concession III, 
more particularly described as: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 13/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: December 30, 1996 
Filed: January 17, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 174/96, 322/96, 419/%, 
473/% and 474/%. For prior amendments, see the Table of 
Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Section 36 of Schedule 1 of Ontario Regulation 834/81 is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

36. (1) In this section, 

"trailer" means a vehicle whether or not it is jacked up or its running 
gear has been removed, designed for and used only as a temporary 
residence, but does not include a mobile home. 

(2) The following uses, together with buildings and structures 
accessory to them, may be erected, located and used on the land 
described in subsection (6): 

1 . An overnight tent and trailer park. 

2. A club house. 

(3) The uses, buildings and structures referred to in subsection (2) 
shall be subject to the following requirements: 

1 . The maximum number of tent and trailer sites shall be 92. 

2. No site shall be used for a mobile home. 



(a) part of Location S.N. 1 30, being Parcel 37002 D.K.F. designated 
as parts 1 and 2 on Plan 23R-5992 deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Land Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23); 



(b) Summer Resort Location H.K. 206, more particularly described 
as Parcel 25445 D.K.F. 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on December 12, 19%. 



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3. No building, camp and trailer site or portion of a site shall be 
located, 

i. within 61 metres of Turenne Road; 

ii. within 15.2 metres of the Creek joining Lower Sturgeon 
Lake and Ranger Bay; 

iii. within 45.7 metres of Lower Sturgeon Lake; 

iv. within 2 1 .9 metres of the lot line between Concessions I and 
II in the geographic Township of Delamere; and 

v. within 61 metres of Quarry Road. 

4. Additions to trailers, guest cabins and tool sheds shall not be 
permitted. 

5. Portable docks and portable screened porches are permitted as 
accessory structures. 

6. The maximum gross floor area of the club house shall be 37 
square metres. 



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7. The maximum height of the club house shall be 9 metres. 



(5) Accessory buildings and structures shall not be used for human 
habitation. 



(6) This section applies to that parcel of land in the geographic 
Township of Delamere in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being lots 
3 and 4 in Concession I, more particularly described as Parcel 5993 
Sudbury East Section entered in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 53). 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on December 30, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 14/97 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: January 14, 1997 
Filed: January 17, 1997 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 111/96, 112/96, 114/96, 172/96, 173/96, 
339/96, 409/96, 410/96 and 496/96. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



1. The Table to section 37.2 of the Regulation is amended by 
adding the following item: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 15/97 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: January 14, 1997 
Filed: January 17, 1997 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 111/96, 112/96, 114/96, 172/%, 173/96, 
339/96, 409/96, 410/96, 496/96 and 14/97. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1995. 

1. Subsection 37.4 (1) of Regulation 552 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(1) The fee payable for an insured service rendered by a physician 
shall be decreased in accordance with subsection (3) if, 

(a) the service is rendered on or after April 1, 1996 and payment is 
made by the Plan before January 1, 1997; and 

(b) the total amount payable for insured services rendered by the 
physician between the beginning of the fiscal year in which the 
insured service is rendered and the day the insured service is 
rendered is equal to or exceeds the threshold amount set out in 
Column 2 of the Table to this section that applies to the 
physician. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

37.5 (1) The fee payable for an insured service rendered by a 
physician shall be decreased in accordance with subsection (2) if, 

(a) the service is rendered on or after April 1, 1996 and payment is 
made by the Plan on or after January 1, 1997; and 

(b) the total amount payable for insured services rendered by the 
physician between the beginning of the fiscal year in which the 
insured service is rendered and the day the insured service is 
rendered is equal to or exceeds the threshold amount set out in 
Column 2 of the Table to this section that applies to the 
physician. 

(2) The fee payable for an insured service rendered by a physician 
shall be decreased under this section in accordance with the following 
rules: 



On or after November 1, 1996 



2.9% 



2. Subsection 37.3 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



(2) The basic fee payable by the Plan for an insured service rendered 
by a physician in Ontario before November 1, 1996 and for which a 
claim is assessed by the General Manager on or after March 1, 1996 
shall be decreased by 10 per cent. 



3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
November 1, 1996. 



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1 . If the total amount payable for insured services rendered by the 
physician between the beginning of the fiscal year in which the 
insured service is rendered and the day the insured service is 
rendered is equal to or exceeds the applicable threshold amount 
set out in Column 2 of the Table to this section but is less than the 
applicable threshold amount set out in Column 3 of the Table, the 
fee payable for the insured service is two thirds of the basic fee 
otherwise payable. 

2. If the total amount payable for insured services rendered by the 
physician between the beginning of the fiscal year in which the 
insured service is rendered and the day the insured service is 
rendered is equal to or exceeds the applicable threshold amount 
set out in Column 3 of the Table but is less than the applicable 
threshold amount set out in Column 4 of the Table, the fee 
payable for the insured service is one third of the basic fee 
otherwise payable. 

3. If the total amount payable for insured services rendered by the 
physician between the beginning of the fiscal year in which the 



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insured service is rendered and the day the insured service is 
rendered is equal to or exceeds the applicable threshold amount 
set out in Column 4 of the Table, the fee payable for the insured 
service is one quarter of the basic fee otherwise payable. 



2. A service rendered under the Underserviced Area Program of the 
Ministry of Health. 

(5) In this section, 



(3) For the purposes of this section, the total amount payable for 
insured services shall include the amounts payable for all insured 
services other than the following: 

1. A service set out in Appendix E to the General Preamble to the 
schedule of benefits, as amended by the Ministry of Health 
publication dated September 3, 1996 and titled "Bulletin 
#4291". 

2. A service rendered under the Underserviced Area Program of the 
Ministry of Health. 

(4) Despite subsection (1), the fee payable for the following insured 
services shall not be decreased under this section: 

1. A service set out in Appendix E to the General Preamble to the 
schedule of benefits, as amended by the Ministry of Health 
publication dated September 3, 1996 and titled "Bulletin 
#4291". 



"fiscal year" means the period from April 1 of each year to and 
including March 31 of the following year. 

TABLE 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Designation 


Total Amount 
Payable 


Total Amount 
Payable 


Total Amount 
Payable 


General 
Practitioner 


$300,000 


$325,000 


$350,000 


Specialist 


$380,000 


$405,000 


$430,000 



3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 1997. 



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1997—02—08 



ONTARIO REGULATION 16797 

made under the 

CROP INSURANCE ACT 

Made: November 22, 1996 

Approved: January 20, 1997 

Filed: January 21, 1997 

Amending Reg. 247 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Crop Insurance Plan — Sour Cherries) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 247 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 330/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. The Table to subsection 12 (1) of the Schedule to Regulation 
247 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

TABLE 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Percentage Selected by Insured 


Base Premium Rate 


70 
75 
80 


15.7% 
17.6% 
19.4% 



10. The established price for fresh apples and for juice apples 
respectively is the most recent five-year simple average producer price 
for fresh apples or for juice apples, as the case may be, as determined 
by a survey conducted by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural 
Affairs and The Ontario Apple Marketing Commission, less 2 cents per 
pound. 

(2) The Table to subsection 12 (1) of the Schedule to the 
Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

TABLE 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Percentage Selected 
by Insured 


Base Premium Rate 


Base Premium Rate 
with Hail Rider 


70 
75 
80 


10.1% 
11.3% 
12.6% 


13.6% 
15.2% 
17.0% 



The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 



2. Subparagraph 6(1) of Form 3 of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

6. (1) Subject to subparagraph (2), the premium payable by the 
insured person in a crop year under this endorsement is 1 per cent of the 
coverage provided. 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario: 



William Jongejan 
Chair 



William Jongejan 
Chair 



matt tulloch 
Secretary 



matt tulloch 
Secretary 



Dated at Toronto on November 22, 1996. 



Dated at Toronto on November 22, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 17/97 

made under the 

CROP INSURANCE ACT 

Made: November 22, 1996 

Approved: January 20, 1997 

Filed: January 21, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 358/96 
(Crop Insurance Plan — Apples) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 358/96 has not previously been amended. 

1. (1) Section 10 of the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 358/96 is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 18/97 

made under the 
MILK ACT 

Made: January 21, 1997 
Filed: January 23, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 354/95 
(Milk and Farm-Separated Cream — Marketing) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 354/95 has not previously been amended. 

1. Clause 5 (e) of Ontario Regulation 354/95 is amended by 
revoking subclauses (i) and (ii) and by adding at the end "within the 
time specified in the regulations". 



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2. Clause 6 (f) of the Regulation is amended by inserting after 
"milk" in the first line "and cream". 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



(2) Section 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following 
subsections: 

(1.3) For the purposes of section 7 of the Act, the individual's 
personal amount for the 1996 taxation year is determined by the 
formula, 



James Wheeler 
Chair 



Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



S198 + A + B 



Dated at Guelph on January 21, 1997. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 19/97 

made under the 
EMPLOYER HEALTH TAX ACT 

Made: January 22, 1997 
Filed: January 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 319 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 319 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 178/%. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



where, 



"A" 



"B" 



is the total of $382 for each child who is a dependant of the 
individual and who was under 1 8 years of age at any time in the 
taxation year, and 

is the total of $382 for each infirm or disabled dependant of the 
individual. 



(1.4) For the purposes of section 7 of the Act, the individual's 
personal amount for the 1997 and each subsequent taxation year is 
determined by the formula, 



$174 + A + B 



where, 



"A" is the total of $335 for each child who is a dependant of the 
individual and who was under 1 8 years of age at any time in the 
taxation year, and 

"B" is the total of $335 for each infirm or disabled dependant of the 
individual. 



1. Section 3 of Regulation 319 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(4) If a trustee in bankruptcy is required under subsection 5 (7) of 
the Act to deliver a return for a taxpayer, the prescribed date on or 
before which the trustee is required to deliver the return is the date that 
is 40 days after the day the taxpayer became a bankrupt. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force 
on May 8, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 20/97 

made under the 

INCOME TAX ACT 

Made: January 22, 1997 
Filed: January 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 647 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Ontario Tax Reduction) 



Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 647 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 46/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. (1) Subsection 1 (1.2) of Regulation 647 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "1993 and 
subsequent" in the second line and substituting "1993, 1994 and 
1995". 



(3) Subsection 1 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(2) An individual may include an amount in respect of a dependant 
in the calculation of "A" for a taxation year under subsection ( 1 .2), ( 1 .3) 
or (1.4) only if, 

(a) the dependant was a qualified dependant at any time in the 
taxation year; and 

(b) the individual or the individual's cohabiting spouse, if any, with 
whom the individual resided on December 31 of the taxation 
year was the eligible individual in respect of the dependant, 

(i) immediately before the dependant ceased to be a qualified 
dependant of the eligible individual, and the dependant did 
not become the qualified dependant of any other eligible 
individual during the taxation year, or 

(ii) at the end of the taxation year, in any other case. 

(4) Subsection 1 (3) of the Regulation is amended, 

(a) by striking out "subsection (1.2)" in the third line and 
substituting "subsection (1.2), (1 J) or (1.4)"; and 

(b) by striking out clauses (b), (c) and (d) and substituting the 
following: 

(b) subject to subsection (4), the individual or the individual's 
cohabiting spouse, if any, with whom the individual resided on 
December 3 1 of the taxation year, is deducting an amount under 
subsection 118.3 (2) or paragraph 118 (1) (b) or (d) of the 
Federal Act for the taxation year in respect of the dependant; and 



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(c) the dependant, if he or she is the individual's cohabiting spouse 
at any time in the taxation year, is entitled to deduct an amount 
under subsection 118.3 (1) of the Federal Act for the taxation 
year and is transferring some or all of the amount of the 
deduction to the individual under section 118.8 of the Federal 
Act. 

(5) Subsection 1 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"referred to in clause (3) (c)" in the fourth line and substituting 
"who is 19 years of age or older". 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 21/97 

made under the 

INCOME TAX ACT 

Made: January 22, 1997 
Filed: January 24, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 447/94 
(Ontario Tax Credit System) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 447/94 has been amended by Ontario 
Regulation 45/96. 

1. Section 6 of Ontario Regulation 447/94 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

6. For the purposes of subsection 8 (8) of the Act, 

(a) the students' residences set out in Schedule 2 are prescribed for 
taxation years ending in 1994; and 

(b) the students' residences set out in Schedule 3 are prescribed for 
taxation years ending after 1994. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 3 

AFTER 1994 

PARTI 
STUDENTS' RESIDENCES - COLLEGES 



ITEM NAME 

1. Albert College Students' Residence 
160 Dundas Street West 

2. Albert College Students' Residence 
28 Highland Avenue 

3. Alfred College of Agricultural 
Technology Students' Residence 

4. Al-Rashid Islamic Institute 
R.R.#1 

5. Appleby College Students' Residence 
Baillie/Colley House, Powell House 
Walker House 

540 Lakeshore Road West 



LOCATION 
Belleville 

Belleville 

Alfred 

Charlottenburg 

Oakville 



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ITEM NAME 

6. Ashbury College 
320 Mariposa 
330 Mariposa 
362 Mariposa 
212 Springfield 
224 Springfield 
250 Springfield 

7. Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec 
Baptist Leadership Education Centre 

205 Taunton Road West 

8. The Bishop Strachan School Students' Residence 
298 Lonsdale Road 

9. Bnei Adkiva Schools Students' Residence 
159 Almore Avenue 

10. Branksome Hall Students' Residence 
1,6, 14 Elm Avenue 

11. Brockville General Hospital 
Comstock Students' Residence 
80 Emma Street 

12. Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Regent Street Residence 

885 Regent Street South 
Barrydowne Residence 
1390 Barrydowne Road 

13. Canadore College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Students' Residence 

Gormanville Road 

14. Centre of Christian Studies 
Covenant College Students' Residence 
77 Charles Street West 

15. Confederation College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Sibley Hall Students' Residence 

William Street 

16. The Creative Centre for Learning and Development 
Students' Residence 

Chippawa Road North Side 

17. Eastern Pentecostal Bible College Students' Residence 
Swanson Hall 

49 Argyle Street 

18. Eastern Pentecostal Bible College Students' Residence 
No. 1 & 2, 780 Arglye Street 

19. Emmanuel Bible College Students' Residence 
100 Fergus Avenue 

20. Great Lakes Bible College Students' Residence 

21. Grenville Christian College Students' Residence 

22. Havergal College Students' Residence 
1451 Avenue Road 

23. Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Students' Residence 

201 & 203 Humber College Blvd. 

24. Institute for Advance Talmudic Study 
7 Fraserwood Ave 

411 Lawrence Ave W 
423 Lawrence Ave W 



LOCATION 
Rockcliffe Park 



Whitby 

Toronto 
North York 
Toronto 
Brockville 

Sudbury 

North Bay 

Toronto 

Thunder Bay 

Wellandport 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Kitchener 

Lincoln 
Brockville 
North York 

Etobicoke 
North York 



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ITEM NAME 

25. Kemptville College of Agricultural Technology 
Students' Residence 

Bell Hall Residence 

Box 2003, 830 Prescott Street 

26. Lakefield College School Students' Residence 

27. Lambton College Students' Residence 
Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology 
1431 London Road South 

28. Loyalist College of Applied Arts and 
Technology 

Building 1,2 or 3 
Postal Bag 6400 

29. Michener Institution for Applied Health Science 
222 St. Patrick Street 

30. Mille Roches Students' Residence 

St. Lawrence College of Applied Arts and Technology 
801 Fourth Street East 

3 1 . The National Ballet School Students' Residence 
105 Maitland Street 

32. Niagara Christian College Students' Residence 

33. Niagara Parks Commission School of Horticulture 
Students' Residence 

P.O. Box 150 

34. Northern College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Students' Residence 

35. Northern College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Students' Residence 

P.O. Box 2008 

36. Ontario Bible College Students' Residence 
25 Bally Connor Court 

37. Ontario Cancer Institute 

Radiation Therapy Students' Residence 
4 Wellesley Place 
495 Sherbourne Street 

38. Pickering College Students' Residence 
389 Second Street 

39. Redeemer Reformed Christian College 
Highway 53 

40. Regis College Students' Residence 
567 Huron Street 

569 Huron Street 
94 Isabella Street 
105 Madison Avenue 

4 1 . Ridgetown College of Agricultural Technology 
Students' Residence 

Main Street East 

42. Ridley College Students' Residence 

43. Salvation Army College for Officer Training 
2130 Bay view Avenue 

44. Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology 
443 Northern Avenue East 

45. Seaway Baptist Bible Institute Students' Residence 

46. Seneca College 
York Hall Residence 

1255 Sheppard Avenue East 



LOCATION 
Kemptville 



Lakefield 

S arma 

Belleville 

Toronto 
Cornwall 

Toronto 

Fort Erie 
Niagara Falls 

Kirkland Lake 
South Porcupine 

North York 
Toronto 

Newmarket 

Ancaster 

Toronto 



Ridgetown 

St. Catharines 
Toronto (North York) 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Williams town 
North York 



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ITEM NAME 

47. Seventh Day Adventist Church 
Kingsway College Students' Residence 
1200 Leland Road 

48. Sheridan College Students' Residence 
Credit Valley Campus 

2186 Hurontario Street 

49. Shiloh Christian Centre 
Box 158 

50. Sir Sanford Fleming College Residence 
Frost Campus 

51. St. Andrew's College Students' Residence 
Yonge Street North 

52. St. Augustine's Seminary of Toronto 
2661 Kingston Road 

53. St. Peter's Seminary Students' Residence 
1040 Waterloo Street 

1070 Colborne Street 

54. St. Vladimir Institute Students' Residence 
620 Spadina Avenue 

55. Stratford General Hospital Students' Residence 
Conestoga College of Applied Arts and Technology 
130 Youngs Street 

56. Toronto General Hospital Students' Residence 
90 Gerrard Street West 

57. Trafalgar Castle Students' Residence 
401 Reynolds Street 

58. Trinity College School Students' Residence 
Ward Street 

59. Upper Canada College Students' Residence 
200 Lonsdale Road 

60. Venta Prep School 
R.R. #3 



LOCATION 
Oshawa 

Mississauga 

Fenelon Falls 
Township 

Lindsay 
Aurora 
Scarborough 
London 

Toronto 
Stratford 

Toronto 
Whitby 
Port Hope 
Toronto 
Carp 



PART II 
STUDENTS' RESIDENCES - UNIVERSITIES 



ITEM 


NAME OF UNIVERSITY 


RESIDENCE 


1. 


Brock University 


DeCew 

500 Glenridge Avenue 


2. 


Brock University 


Queenston 

178 Queenston Street 


3. 


Brock University 


Village 

500 Glenridge Avenue 


4. 


Carleton University 


Renfrew House 
Colonel By Drive 


5. 


Carleton University 


Lanark House 
Colonel By Drive 


6. 


Carleton University 


Grenville House 
Colonel By Drive 


7. 


Carleton University 


Russell House 
Colonel By Drive 


8. 


Carleton University 


Stormont House 
Colonel By Drive 



LOCATION 
St. Catharines 

St. Catharines 

St. Catharines 

Ottawa 

Ottawa 



Ottawa 



Ottawa 



Ottawa 



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ITEM 
9. 

10. 

11. 



12. 



13. 



14. 



15. 



16. 



17. 



18. 



19. 



20. 



21. 



22. 



23. 



24. 



25. 



26. 



27. 



NAME OF UNIVERSITY 
Carleton University 

Carleton University 

University of Guelph 

University of Guelph 

University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 

University of Guelph 

University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 

College Universitaire De Hearst 
Lakehead University 
Lakehead University 



RESIDENCE 

Glengarry House 
Colonel By Drive 

Dundas House 
Colonel By Drive 

South Residence 
(Prairie, Maritime, and 
Mountain Halls) 
South Ring Road 
Building #72A, 72B, 72C 

East Residence 

(Dundas, Lanark, and 

Glengarry Halls) 

East Ring Road 

Building #180A, 180B, 180C 

Lennox Addington Hall 
Lennox Lane Building #172 

Johnston Hall 

Winegard Walk Building #1 1 

Mills Hall 

College Avenue Building #8 

MacDonald Hall 
MacDonald Street Building #2 

Watson Hall 

Watson Lane Building #4 

Maids Hall 

Trent Lane Building #62 

626 Gordon Street 
646 Gordon Street 
652 Gordon Street 

7 University Avenue East 
23 University Avenue East 
3 1 University Avenue East 

Family Housing Residence 
252 Stone Road West 

Lambton Hall 

Watson Lane Building #67 

Family Housing Residence 
78 College Avenue West 

372 College Avenue East 
5, 11 College Avenue West 
9, 10 College Crescent 
480, 490 Stone Road East 

Part #60 
9th Street 

Avila 

670 Reaume Street 

Prettie 
Oliver Road 



LOCATION 
Ottawa 

Ottawa 

Guelph 

Guelph 

Guelph 
Guelph 
Guelph 
Guelph 
Guelph 
Guelph 
Guelph 

Guelph 

Guelph 
Guelph 
Guelph 
Guelph 

Hearst 

Thunder Bay 
Thunder Bay 



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ITEM 


NAME OF UNIVERSITY 


RESIDENCE 


LOCATION 




28. 


Lakehead University 


Bartley 
Oliver Road 


Thunder Bay 




29. 


Lakehead University 


Residence Townhouse 
Oliver Road 


Thunder Bay 




30. 


Laurentian University 


Married Students' Apartments 
935 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 




31. 


Laurentian University 


Single Students' Apartments 
935 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 




32. 


Laurentian University 


Huntington College 
935 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 




33. 


Laurentian University 


Thornloe College 

935 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 




34. 


Laurentian University 


University College Residence 
935 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 




35. 


Laurentian University 


University of Sudbury 
(Matte Residence) 
935 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 




36. 


Laurentian University 


Laurentian University 
179 John Street 


Sudbury 




37. 


McMaster University 


Edwards Hall 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 




38. 


McMaster University 


Whidden Hall 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 




39. 


McMaster University 


Moulton Hall 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 




40. 


McMaster University 


Bates 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 




41. 


McMaster University 


Woodstock Hall 
1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 




42. 


McMaster University 


Matthews Hall 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 




43. 


McMaster University 


Brandon Hall 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 




44. 


McMaster University 


Wallingford Hall 
1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 




45. 


McMaster University 


McKay Hall 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 




46. 


McMaster University 


Hedden Hall 

Ontario Student Housing 

1280 Main Street West 


Hamilton 




47. 


University of Ottawa 


Le Blanc Hall 

45 Louis Pasteur/Priv. 


Ottawa 




48. 


University of Ottawa 


Stanton Hall 
lOOUniversity/Priv. 


Ottawa 





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ITEM NAME OF UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE 

49. University of Ottawa Brooks 

85 - 95 Marie Curie 

620 - 638 King Edward Avenue 

75 - 101 Louis Pasteur 

Thompson Hall 
45 University/Priv. 

Marchand Hall 
1 10 University/Priv. 



315 



LOCATION 
Ottawa 



50. University of Ottawa 

5 1 . University of Ottawa 

52. Queen's University 

53. Queen's University 

54. Queen's University 

55. Queen's University 

56. Queen's University 

57. Queen's University 

58. Queen's University 

59. Queen's University 

60. Queen's University 

61. Queen's University 

62. Queen's University 

63. Queen's University 

64. Queen's University 



65. Queen's University 



66. 



Queen's University 



152 Albert Street 

McNeill House 
10 Albert Street 

Leonard Hall 
20 Albert Street 

Morris Hall 
2 Albert Street 

Gordon House 

43 Collingwood Street 

Brockington House 

Kingston 

43 Collingwood Street 

Harkness Hall 
329 Earl Street 

John Deutsch Centre 
Graduate Students' Residence 
Union Street West 

Ban Righ Hall 

116A University Avenue 

Chown Hall 
161 Stuart Street 

Adelaide Hall 
Stuart Street 

Victoria Hall 

69 Queen's Crescent 

Jean Royce Hall 
West Campus 
Union Street West 
Angus Residence 
Boucher Residence 
Royce Residence 
Curran Residence 
Douglas Residence 
Healey Residence 
Laird Residence 
Miller Residence 
Roy Residence 
Shortliffe Residence 
Tracy Residence 
Trotter Residence 

John Orr Tower Apartments 
244 Sir John A. MacDonald Blvd. 

Waldron Tower 
17 King Street West 



Ottawa 

Ottawa 

Kingston 
Kingston 

Kingston 

Kingston 

Kingston 

Kingston 

Kingston 
Kingston 

Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 
Kingston 



Kingston 
Kingston 



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ITEM 
67. 

68. 

69. 

70. 
71. 



86. 



87. 



88. 



NAME OF UNIVERSITY 
Royal Military College 

Royal Military College 

Royal Military College 

Royal Military College 

Ryerson Polytechnic University 



72. 


St. Paul's University 


73. 


St. Paul's University 


74. 


St. Paul's University 


75. 


St. Paul's University 


76. 


St. Paul's University 


77. 


St. Paul's University 


78. 


St. Paul's University 


79. 


St. Paul's University 


80. 


St. Paul's University 


81. 


St. Paul's University 


82. 


St. Paul's University 


83. 


University of Toronto 


84. 


University of Toronto 


85. 


University of Toronto 



University of Toronto 
University of Toronto 
University of Toronto 



89 



90. 



University of Toronto 
University of Toronto 



RESIDENCE 

Stone Frigate 
R.M.C. Grounds 

Fort Haldimand 
R.M.C. Grounds 

Fort La Salle 
R.M.C. Grounds 

Fort Champlain 
R.M.C. Grounds 

137 Bond Street 
87 Gerrard Street E 
240 Jarvis Street 

165 McGillivray Street 

40 Riverdale Avenue 

48 Riverdale Avenue 

1 1 Glencairn Avenue 
4-6 Toronto Street 
305 Nelson Street 
315 Nelson Street 
249 Main Street 

7 Bullock Street 

66 Glengarry Street 

175 Main Street 

Wetmore Hall New College 
21 Classic Avenue 

Wilson Hall New College 
40 Willcocks Street 

Sir Daniel Wilson 
University College 
73 St. George Street 

Whitney Hall University College 
85 St. George Street 

Devonshire House 

1, 3, and 5 Devonshire Place 

. Innis College 

8 Sussex 
10 Sussex 

12 Sussex 
14 Sussex 
42 Sussex 
709 Spadina 
375 Huron Street 
12 Washington 

111 St. George Street 

St. George Graduate 
321 Bloor Street West 

Victoria University 
6, 8 St. Thomas Street 



LOCATION 
Kingston 

Kingston 

Kingston 

Kingston 

Toronto 

Ottawa 
Ottawa 
Ottawa 
Ottawa 
Ottawa 
Ottawa 
Ottawa 
Ottawa 
Ottawa 
Ottawa 
Ottawa 
Toronto 

Toronto 

Toronto 

Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 



Toronto 



Toronto 



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ITEM NAME OF UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE LOCATION 

91. University of Toronto Victoria University Toronto 



317 



92. University of Toronto 



93. University of Toronto 



Victoria University 
65 Charles Street West 

Victoria University 
Rowell Jackman Hall 
85 Charles Street West 

Burwash Hall Victoria University 
89 Charles Street West 



Toronto 



Toronto 



94. University of Toronto 



95. University of Toronto 



96. University of Toronto 



97. University of Toronto 



98. University of Toronto 



99. University of Toronto 



100. University of Toronto 



101. University of Toronto 



Stephenson House 
Victoria University 
63 Charles Street West 

Annesley Hall Victoria University 
95 Queen's Park Crescent 

Margaret Addison Hall 
Victoria University 
140 Charles Street West 

Trinity College 
6 Hoskin Avenue 

St. Hilda's College 

Trinity College 

44 Devonshire Place 

Knox College 

59 St. George Street 

Ewart College 
156 St. George 

Wycliffe College 
5 Hoskin Avenue 



Toronto 



Toronto 



Toronto 



Toronto 



Toronto 



Toronto 



Toronto 



Toronto 



1 02. University of Toronto 



1 03 . University of Toronto 



104. University of Toronto 



1 05 . University of Toronto 



106. University of Toronto 



1 07. University of Toronto 



108. University of Toronto 



1 09. University of Toronto 



Clover Hill 

St. Michael's College 

50 St. Joseph Street 

Elmsley Hall 

St. Michael's College 

81 St. Mary's Street 

More House 

St. Michael's College 

57 Queen's Park Crescent East 

Fisher House 

St. Michael's College 

57 Queen's Park Crescent East 

Teefy Hall 

St. Michael's College 

57 Queen's Park Crescent East 

Sullivan House 

St. Michael's College 

96 St. Joseph Street 

McCorkell House 
St. Michael's College 
2 Elmsley Place 

Belisle House 

St. Michael's College 

1 Elmsley Place 



Toronto 



Toronto 



Toronto 



Toronto 



Toronto 



Toronto 



Toronto 



Toronto 



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i 


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ITEM 


NAME OF UNIVERSITY 


RESIDENCE 


LOCATION 




110. 


University of Toronto 


Phelan House 

St. Michael's College 

3 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 




111. 


University of Toronto 


Windle House 

St. Michael's College 

5 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 




112. 


University of Toronto 


Maritain House 

St. Michael's College 

6 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 




113. 


University of Toronto 


Gilson House 

St. Michael's College 

8 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 




114. 


University of Toronto 


Loretto College 

St. Michael's College 

70 St. Mary's Street 


Toronto 





1 15. University of Toronto 

116. University of Toronto 

1 17. University of Toronto 

118. University of Toronto 

119. University of Toronto 

1 20. University of Toronto 

121. University of Toronto 

122. Trent University 

123. Trent University 

124. Trent University 

125. Trent University 

126. Trent University 

127. Trent University 



St. Joseph's College 
St. Michael's College 
90 Wellesley Street West 

St. Basil's College 
St. Michael's College 
95 St. Joseph Street 

Massey College 
4 Devonshire Place 

Scarborough College 

1235 and 1295 Military Trail 

43 Sussex 

Faculty of Law 

18 & 20 Washington Avenue 

65 Charles Street West 

368 Huron Street 

705 Spadina Avenue 

Erindale College 
3359 Mississauga Road 

Lady Eaton College 
Symons Campus 

Champlain College 
Symons Campus 

Langton House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

554 Reid Street 

Crawford House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

310 London Street 

Scott House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

300 London Street 

Stewart House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

292 London Street 



Toronto 

Toronto 

Toronto 

Scarborough 

Toronto 
Toronto 



Mississauga 
Peterborough 
Peterborough 
Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 



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ITEM NAME OF UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE 

128. Trent University 



319 



129. Trent University 



130. 



131. 



132. 



133. 



Trent University 



Trent University 



Trent University 



Trent University 



134. Trent University 



135. Trent University 



136. Trent University 



137. Trent University 



138. University of Waterloo 



1 39. University of Waterloo 



140. University of Waterloo 



141. University of Waterloo 



142. University of Waterloo 



143. University of Waterloo 



144. University of Waterloo 



145. University of Waterloo 



146. University of Waterloo 



147. University of Waterloo 



Wallis Hall 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

310 London Street 

Sadleir House 

Peter Robinson College 

751 George Street 

Stratton House 

Peter Robinson College 

740 Water Street 

Reade House 

Peter Robinson College 

741 George Street 

Abbott House 

Peter Robinson College 

754 Water Street 

East Lodge 

Peter Robinson College 

748 George Street 

Town Houses 

Peter Robinson College 

723 George Street 

Otonabee College 
Symons Campus 

Bradburn House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

293 London Street 

Principal's Lodge 
Traill College 
314 London Street 

Tutors' Residence 
South Campus, 1,2,3,4,5 
200 University Avenue West 

Columbia Lake Townhouses 
350 Columbia Street West 

Village #1 

200 University Avenue West 

Village #2 

200 University Avenue West 

Minota Hagey Residence 
200 University Avenue West 

Conrad Greble College 
200 University Avenue West 

St. Jerome College 

200 University Avenue West 

Notre Dame College 

200 University Avenue West 

Renison College 

200 University Avenue West 

St. Paul's College Residence 
200 University Avenue West 



LOCATION 
Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 
Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Waterloo 

Waterloo 
Waterloo 
Waterloo 
Waterloo 
Waterloo 
Waterloo 
Waterloo 
Waterloo 
Waterloo 



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320 
ITEM 
148. 

149. 

150. 
151. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 

NAME OF UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE 

University of Waterloo 



O.Reg. 21/97 



152. 



153. 



154. 



155. 



156. 



157. 



158. 



159. 



160. 



161. 



162. 



163. 



164. 



University of Western Ontario 

University of Western Ontario 
University of Western Ontario 

University of Western Ontario 

University of Western Ontario 

University of Western Ontario 
University of Western Ontario 

University of Western Ontario 

University of Western Ontario 

University of Western Ontario 
University of Western Ontario 
University of Western Ontario 
University of Western Ontario 
University of Western Ontario 
University of Western Ontario 
University of Western Ontario 



Resurrection College 

265 Westmount Road North 

Brough Hall 
Huron College 
1349 Western Road 

Alumni House 
University Drive 

Hellmuth Hall 
Huron College 
1349 Western Road 

O'Neil, Ridley Hall Residence 
Huron College 
1349 Western Road 

Henderson House, 
Cronyn House, Benson House, 
Huron College 
1349 Western Road 
Young House 

Brescia College 
1285 Western Road 

Mary Manor 
Brescia College 
1285 Western Road 

Monsignor Wemple Building 
King's College 

266 Epworth Avenue 

King's Alumni 
Court Residence 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #1 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #2 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #3 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #4 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #5 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #6 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #7 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 



LOCATION 
Waterloo 

London 

London 
London 

London 

London 



London 



London 



London 



London 



London 



London 



London 



London 



London 



London 



London 



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ITEM 
165. 

166. 

167. 
168. 
169. 
170. 
171. 
172. 
173. 
174. 
175. 
176. 
177. 
178. 
179. 
180. 
181. 
182. 
183. 
184. 
185. 
186. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



321 



NAME OF UNIVERSITY 
University of Western Ontario 

University of Western Ontario 

University of Western Ontario 
University of Western Ontario 
University of Western Ontario 
University of Western Ontario 
University of Western Ontario 
Wilfrid Laurier University 
Wilfrid Laurier University 
Wilfrid Laurier University 
Wilfrid Laurier University 
Wilfrid Laurier University 
Wilfrid Laurier University 
Wilfrid Laurier University 
Wilfrid Laurier University 
Wilfrid Laurier University 
Windsor University 
Windsor University 
Windsor University 
Windsor University 
Windsor University 
Windsor University 



RESIDENCE 

Town House #8 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #9 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #10 
King's College 

Sydenham Hall 
Richmond Street W/S 

Delaware Hall 
Western Road E/S 

Medway Hall 
Richmond Street W/S 

Saugeen-Maitland Hall 
289 Windermere Road 

Bouckaert Hall Residence 
75 University Avenue West 

Clara Conrad Residence 
25 University Avenue West 

Nils Willison Residence 
75 University Avenue West 

Little House Residence 
75 University Avenue West 

Leupold Residence 

75 University Avenue West 

W. Euler Residence 

75 University Avenue West 

Bricker Residence 

75 University Avenue West 

Macdonald House Residence 
75 University Avenue West 

Married Student Residence 
209 Regina Street North 

MacDonald Hall 
401 Sunset Avenue 

Laurier Hall 

401 Sunset Avenue 

Cartier Hall 

401 Sunset Avenue 

Electa Hall 

233-265 Patricia Road 

Cody Hall 

401 Sunset Avenue 

Huron Hall 
869 Mill Street 



LOCATION 
London 

London 

London 

London 

London 

London 

London 

Waterloo 

Waterloo 

Waterloo 

Waterloo 

Waterloo 

Waterloo 

Waterloo 

Waterloo 

Waterloo 

Windsor 

Windsor 

Windsor 

Windsor 

Windsor 

Windsor 



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ITEM 


NAME OF UNIVERSITY 


RESIDENCE 


LOCATION 




187. 


Windsor University 


Tecumseh Hall 
869 Mill Street 


Windsor 




188. 


Windsor University 


Langton House 
Canterbury College 
226 Patricia Road 


Windsor 




189. 


Windsor University 


Becket House 

Canterbury College 

2585 Riverside Drive West 


Windsor 




190. 


Windsor University 


Rayson House 
Canterbury College 
210 Patricia Road 


Windsor 




191. 


Windsor University 


Parker House 
Canterbury College 
105 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 




192. 


Windsor University 


Whitgift House 
Canterbury College 
125 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 




193. 


Windsor University 


Cranmer House 

Canterbury College 

2541 Riverside Drive West 


Windsor 




194. 


Windsor University 


Laud House 
Canterbury College 
145 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 




195. 


Windsor University 


Wake House 
Canterbury College 
165 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 




196. 


Windsor University 


Geoffrey Fisher Hall 
Canterbury College 
270 Patricia Road 


Windsor 




197. 


Windsor University 


Ramsay House 
Canterbury College 
255 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 




198. 


Windsor University 


Anselm House 

Canterbury College 

2559 Riverside Drive West 


Windsor 




199. 


Windsor University 


Clark 
Phase I 
Phase II 


Windsor 




200. 


Windsor University 


Davidson House 
Canterbury College Avenue 
271 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 




201. 


York University 


Bethune 

4700 Keele Street 


North York 






202. 


York University 


York Apartments 
2 Assiniboine Road 


North York 






203. 


York University 


York Apartments 
4 Assiniboine Road 


North York 






204. 


York University 


York Apartments 
6 Assiniboine Road 


North York 






205. 


York University 


York Apartments 


North York 







8 Assiniboine Road 



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ITEM 


NAME OF UNIVERSITY 


RESIDENCE 


206. 


York University 




York Apartments 
22 Moon Road 


207. 


York University 




Wood 

2275 Bayview Avenue 


208. 


York University 




Marion Hilliard 








2275 Bayview Avenue 


209. 


York University 




Founders 

4700 Keele Street 


210. 


York University 




Vanier College 
4700 Keele Street 


211. 


York University 




Winters College 
4700 Keele Street 


212. 


York University 




Tatham Hall 
4700 Keele Street 


213. 


York University 




Stong College 
4700 Keele Street 


214. 


York University 




York Apartments 
2 Passy Crescent 
4 Passy Crescent 
6 Passy Crescent 








8 Passy Crescent 
10 Passy Crescent 
12 Passy Crescent 
14 Passy Crescent 
16 Passy Crescent 








1 8 Passy Crescent 


215. 


York University 




Calumet 








North York 

201 Athabasca Road 



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LOCATION 
North York 

North York 

North York 

North York 

North York 

North York 

North York 

North York 

North York 



North York 



3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 1995. 



6/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 22/97 

made under the 

FUEL TAX ACT 

Made: January 22, 1997 
Filed: January 24, 1997 

INTERNATIONAL FUEL TAX AGREEMENT 



1. For the purposes of the Act and this Regulation, 

"foreign licensee" means a person described in clause (a) of the 
definition of "interjurisdictional carrier" in section 1 of the Act who 
holds an IFTA licence issued by a base jurisdiction other than 
Ontario; 



"IFTA" means the International Fuel Tax Agreement which the Minister 
has joined pursuant to subsection 28.2 (2) of the Act and includes the 
Articles of Agreement, the Procedures Manual and the Audit 
Manual; 



"licensee" means a foreign licensee or an Ontario licensee; 

"Ontario licensee" means a person described in clause (a) of the 
definition of "interjurisdictional carrier" in section 1 of the Act who 
holds an IFTA licence issued by Ontario; 

"registration decal" means an IFTA identification decal. 

2. With respect to a licensee, "operator" where used in the Act 
includes any person licensed or eligible to be licensed under Part V of 
the Articles of Agreement under the IFTA. 

3. (1) For the purposes of subsection 4. 1 3 (1) of the Act, a licensee 
when operating an interjurisdictional vehicle is considered to be 
registered with the Minister, but only if the licensee, 

(a) affixes the registration decals or carries a 30-day IFTA tempo- 
rary permit issued by a base jurisdiction other than Ontario as 
required under Part VI of the Articles of Agreement under the 
IFTA; and 



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(b) places the IFTA licence issued to the licensee in the motor 
vehicle as required under Part VI of the Articles of Agreement 
of the IFTA. 



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1 . The Minister shall afford the person the opportunity to appear 
before the Minister to show cause why the Minister should not 
so act. 



(2) A licensee who fails to comply with subsection ( 1 ) shall apply for 
an Ontario trip registration certificate under clause 4.13 (2) (b) of the 
Act. 

(3) If a licensee is required to apply for a certificate under subsection 
(2) and the driver of the licensee's interjurisdictional vehicle fails to 
produce the certificate when required to do so under the Act, the 
licensee shall be considered not to be registered under subsection 4.13 
(1) of the Act. 

(4) For the purposes of subsection 4.13 (1) of the Act, a person 
described in clause (a) of the definition of "interjurisdictional carrier" 
in section 1 of the Act to whom an Ontario trip registration certificate 
has been issued is considered to be registered with the Minister. 

(5) Clause 4.13 (2) (a) does not apply to a foreign licensee. 

(6) Clause 4. 1 3 (2) (a) does not apply to an interjurisdictional carrier 
who is not a foreign licensee so long as the carrier applies in accordance 
with the IFTA for an IFTA licence and renewals of it. 



Despite paragraph 1 , the Minister may suspend an IFTA licence 
without affording the person an appearance opportunity if the 
person fails to deliver a return required by the Act or the 
regulations or fails to remit tax payable by the person under the 
Act. 



3. A suspension under paragraph 2 shall be by notice in writing 
with written reasons, and shall state that the person may, by 
notice in writing served on the Minister within 30 days after 
service of the notice of suspension, require a hearing by the 
Minister to determine whether the suspension should be 
rescinded, rescinded subject to conditions, or whether the IFTA 
licence should be cancelled, and the person may so require the 
hearing. 



4. A notice under this subsection may be served personally or by 
facsimile transmission, courier or registered mail addressed to 
the person to whom notice is to be given at the person's last 
known address. 



(7) For the purposes of subsections 4.13 (3) and (4) of the Act, the 
Minister may establish fees to be paid by an Ontario licensee. 

(8) Subsections 4.13 (5) and (6) and section 4.14 of the Act do not 
apply to a licensee. 

4. ( 1 ) Subsection 6 (3), sections 6. 1 and 7 and subsections 10(1) and 
11 (1) of the Act do not apply to a licensee's obligations as an 
interjurisdictional carrier. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), 

(a) an Ontario licensee who fails to comply with the reporting 
requirements under Part IX of the Articles of Agreement of the 
IFTA is not in compliance with subsection 10 (1) of the Act; and 

(b) an Ontario licensee who fails to comply with the remission 
requirements under Part IX of the Articles of Agreement of the 
IFTA is not in compliance with subsection 11 (1) of the Act. 

5. (1) Sections 10, 13, 17 and 17.1 of the Act do not apply to a 
licensee except if the licensee fails to comply with its obligations under 
the IFTA. 



Service by registered mail of a notice under this section shall be 
deemed to have been made on the fifth day after the day of 
mailing unless the person establishes that, though acting in good 
faith, the person did not receive the notice or did not receive it 
until a later date. 



8. For the purposes of the Act and Regulation 464, a return includes 
an IFTA tax report. 



9. Section 11.1 of the Act does not apply to an Ontario licen- 
see. Instead, the Ontario licensee shall pay interest on its outstanding 
tax liability calculated for a particular calendar quarter at a rate equal 
to the average yield paid on 90-day, Government of Canada treasury 
bills as published by the Bank of Canada during the first week of the 
month immediately preceding the calendar quarter, plus 2 per cent. 



10. Despite Part XII of the Articles of Agreement of the IFTA, 
section 14 of the Act applies to an Ontario licensee who is assessed 
under section 1 3 of the Act, except that the Ontario licensee must file 
a notice of objection within 30 days after being served the notice of 
assessment. 



(2) If the licensee fails to comply with its obligations under the IFTA, 
then sections 10, 13, 17 and 17.1 of the Act apply, with the necessary 
modifications, to the licensee as if the obligations under trie IFTA were 
obligations under the Act. 

(3) Despite subsection (1), section 13 of the Act applies, with the 
necessary modifications, to any assessments issued against an Ontario 
licensee. 



6. An Ontario licensee who fails to comply with its obligations 
under the IFTA can be held liable under subsections 2 (9), 2 (10), 
10 (4), 18 (7) or 25 (1) or section 16 or 28 of the Act, as the case may 
be, as if the obligations under the IFTA were obligations under the Act. 

7. Section 9 of the Act does not apply to a person described in clause 
(a) of the definition of "interjurisdictional carrier" in section 1 of the 
Act. Instead, the following procedures apply to any refusal to issue an 
IFTA licence and to any suspension or cancellation of an IFTA licence: 



11. If an Ontario licensee's business records are kept outside 
Ontario, all costs incurred by the Minister to examine these records at 
the place where they are kept shall be reimbursed by the Ontario 
licensee within 30 days of notification by the Minister of the amount of 
these costs. 



12. Except as provided in this Regulation, the IFTA prevails in the 
event of any conflict with the provisions of the Act and the other 
Regulations made under it. 



13. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 1997. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 23/97 

made under the 

FUEL TAX ACT 

Made: January 22, 1997 
Filed: January 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 465 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Miscellaneous) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 465 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 179/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Section 4 of Regulation 465 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 1997. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 24/97 

made under the 

GASOLINE TAX ACT 



Made: January 22, 1997 
Filed: January 24, 1997 

INTERNATIONAL FUEL TAX AGREEMENT 

1. For the purposes of the Act and this Regulation, 

"foreign licensee" means an interjurisdictional carrier who holds an 
IFTA licence issued by a base jurisdiction other than Ontario; 

"IFTA" means the International Fuel Tax Agreement which the Minister 
has joined pursuant to subsection 34 (3) of the Act and includes the 
Articles of Agreement, the Procedures Manual and the Audit 
Manual; 

"licensee" means a foreign licensee or an Ontario licensee; 

"Ontario licensee" means an interjurisdictional carrier who holds an 
IFTA licence issued by Ontario; 

"registration decal" means an IFTA identification decal. 

2. (1) For the purposes of subsection 4.12 (1) of the Act, a licensee 
when operating an interjurisdictional vehicle is considered to be 
registered with the Minister, but only if the licensee, 

(a) affixes the registration decals or carries a 30-day IFTA tempo- 
rary permit issued by a base jurisdiction other than Ontario as 
required under Part VI of the Articles of Agreement under the 
IFTA; and 

(b) places the IFTA licence issued to the licensee in the motor 
vehicle as required under Part VI of the Articles of Agreement 
of the IFTA. 

(2) A licensee who fails to comply with subsection ( 1 ) shall apply for 
an Ontario trip registration certificate under clause 4.12 (2) (b) of the 
Act. 

(3) If a licensee is required to apply for a certificate under subsection 
(2) and the driver of the licensee's interjurisdictional vehicle fails to 
produce the certificate when required to do so under the Act, the 



licensee shall be considered not to be registered under subsection 
4.12(1) of the Act. 

(4) For the purposes of subsection 4.12 (1) of the Act, an interjuris- 
dictional carrier to whom an Ontario trip registration certificate has 
been issued is considered to be registered with the Minister. 

(5) Clause 4.12 (2) (a) does not apply to a foreign licensee. 

(6) Clause 4.12 (2) (a) does not apply to an interjurisdictional carrier 
who is not a foreign licensee so long as the carrier applies in accordance 
with the IFTA for an IFTA licence and renewals of it. 

(7) For the purposes of subsections 4.12 (3) and (4) of the Act, the 
Minister may establish fees to be paid by an Ontario licensee. 

(8) Subsection 4.12 (5) and sections 6 and 15 of the Act do not apply 
to a licensee. 

3. (1) Subsections 8 (1), 8 (2), 9 (1), 9 (2) and 15 (6) of the Act do 
not apply to a licensee's obligations as an interjurisdictional carrier. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), 

(a) an Ontario licensee who fails to comply with the reporting 
requirements under Part IX of the Articles of Agreement of the 
IFTA is not in compliance with subsection 8 (1) of the Act; and 

(b) an Ontario licensee who fails to comply with the remission 
requirements under Part IX of the Articles of Agreement of the 
IFTA is not in compliance with subsection 9 (1) of the Act. 

4. (1) Sections 8, II, 19, 19.1 and 20 of the Act do not apply to a 
licensee except if the licensee fails to comply with its obligations under 
the IFTA. 

(2) If the licensee fails to comply under subsection (1), then sections 
8, 11, 19, 19.1 and 20 of the Act apply, with necessary modifications, 
to the licensee as if the obligations under the IFTA were obligations 
under the Act. 

(3) Despite subsection (1), section 11 of the Act applies, with the 
necessary modifications, to the issuance of any assessment against an 
Ontario licensee. 

5. An Ontario licensee who fails to comply with its obligations 
under the IFTA can be held liable under subsections 2 (8), 4.13 (1), 
8 (5) or 16 (9) or section 23 or 24 of the Act, as the case may be, as if 
the obligations under the IFTA were obligations under the Act. 

6. Section 7 of the Act does not apply to an interjurisdictional 
carrier. Instead, the following procedures apply to any refusal to issue 
an IFTA licence and to any suspension or cancellation of an IFTA 
licence: 

1 . The Minister shall afford the person the opportunity to appear 
before the Minister to show cause why the Minister should not 
so act. 

2. Despite paragraph 1, the Minister may suspend an IFTA licence 
without affording the person an appearance opportunity if the 
person fails to deliver a return required by the Act or the 
regulations or fails to remit tax payable by the person under the 
Act. 

3. A suspension under paragraph 2 shall be by notice in writing 
with written reasons, and shall state that the person may, by 
notice in writing served on the Minister within 30 days after 
service of the notice of suspension, require a hearing by the 
Minister to determine whether the suspension should be 
rescinded, rescinded subject to conditions, or whether the IFTA 



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licence should be cancelled, and the person may so require the 
hearing. 

4. A notice under this subsection may be served personally or by 
facsimile transmission, courier or registered mail addressed to 
the person to whom notice is to be given at the person's last 
known address. 

5. Service by registered mail of a notice under this section shall be 
deemed to have been made on the fifth day after the day of 
mailing unless the person establishes that, though acting in good 
faith, the person did not receive the notice or did not receive it 
until a later date. 

7. For the purposes of the Act and Regulation 534, a return includes 
an IFTA tax report. 

8. Section 12 of the Act does not apply to an Ontario licen- 
see. Instead, the Ontario licensee shall pay interest on its outstanding 
tax liability calculated for a particular calendar quarter at a rate equal 
to the average yield paid on 90-day, Government of Canada treasury 
bills as published by the Bank of Canada during the first week of the 
month immediately preceding the calendar quarter, plus 2 per cent. 

9. (1) Despite Part XII of the Articles of Agreement of the IFTA, 
sections 13 and 14 apply to an Ontario licensee who is assessed under 
section 11 of the Act, except that the licensee must file a notice of 
objection within 30 days after being served the notice of assessment. 

10. If an Ontario licensee's business records are kept outside 
Ontario, all costs incurred by the Minister to examine such records at 
the place where they are kept shall be reimbursed by the Ontario 
licensee within 30 days of notification by the Minister of the amount of 
these costs. 

11. Except as provided in this Regulation, the IFTA prevails in the 
event of any conflict with the provisions of the Act and the other 
Regulations made under it. 

12. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 1997. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 25/97 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: January 8, 1997 

Approved: January 23, 1997 

Filed: January 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 409 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Eggs— Plan) 



Note: Regulation 409 has not previously been amended. 

1. The definition of "chicks- for- placement" in section 2 of the 
Schedule to Regulation 409 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

"chicks-for-placement" or "pullets" means female chickens 20 weeks 
of age or younger or any class thereof; 

2. Section 5 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



5. (1) The local board is composed of 1 1 members, 10 of whom are 
elected by egg councillors and the other by pullet councillors. 

(2) A member holds office from April 1 in the year of election until 
his or her successor takes office. 

(3) No person is eligible to be a member of the local board for more 
than four consecutive 2-year terms. 

3. (1) Section 6 of the Schedule to the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "districts" in the first line and substituting "zones". 

(2) Paragraphs 1 to 6 of section 6 of the Schedule to the Regu- 
lation are amended by striking out "District" in each paragraph and 
substituting "Zone". 

(3) Paragraphs 7 and 8 of section 6 of the Schedule to the Regu- 
lation are revoked and the following substituted: 

7. Zone 7 comprising the County of Perth and The Regional Muni- 
cipality of Waterloo. 

8. Zone 8 comprising the County of Wellington and the regional 
municipalities of Halton and Peel. 

(4) Paragraphs 9 to 13 of section 6 of the Schedule to the Regu- 
lation are amended by striking out "District" in each paragraph and 
substituting "Zone". 

(5) Section 6 of the Schedule to the Regulation is amended by 
adding the following subsection: 

(2) A producer that is not an individual may designate an individual 
to represent it for the purpose of this Regulation. 

4. Sections 7 to 11 of the Schedule to the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

7. The zones are divided into five areas as follows: 

1. Area 1 comprising zones 1, 2 and 3. 

2. Area 2 comprising zones 4 and 5. 

3. Area 3 comprising zones 6 and 7. 

4. Area 4 comprising zones 8, 9 and 10. 

5. Area 5 comprising zones 11, 12 and 13. 

8. (1) The producers in each zone shall be represented by one egg 
councillor for every five egg quota holders in the zone and one pullet 
councillor for every 10 pullet quota holders in the zone. 

(2) Only an egg quota holder is eligible to be elected as an egg 
councillor. 

(3) Only a pullet quota holder is eligible to be elected as a pullet 
councillor. 

(4) A pullet quota holder who is an egg quota holder or is engaged 
in the hatchery business or the production of pullets for breeding stock 
is not eligible to be elected as a pullet councillor. 

(5) No person is eligible to be elected as an egg councillor or a pullet 
councillor in more than one zone. 

9. (1) On or before March 1 in each year, the egg producers and 
pullet producers in each zone shall, from among themselves, elect their 
councillors. 



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(2) Subject to subsection (3), councillors hold office for one year 
from March 1 in the year of election. 



April 1 in any year, the local board shall, at its first meeting after that 
date appoint an eligible producer to that position. 



(3) A councillor elected to the local board for a term of two years 
holds office as a councillor for two years. 

10. (1) On or before April 1, 1997, the egg councillors for each area 
shall, from among themselves, elect two members to the local board. 

(2) The member receiving the higher number of votes holds office for 
two years while the other member holds office for one year. 



(2) If a member of the local board is unwilling or unable to perform 
his or her duties, the local board may appoint an eligible producer for 
the unexpired term. 

(3) If the local board does not appoint a member under subsection ( 1 ) 
or (2), the Commission may appoint the member. 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



(3) On or before April 1, 1998 and in each year thereafter, the egg 
councillors in each area shall, from among themselves, elect one 
member to the local board for a term of two years. 

(4) The two members representing an area at any particular time must 
be from different zones. 

11. On or before April 1, 1997 and in every second year thereafter, 
the pullet councillors shall, from among themselves, elect one member 
to the local board for a term of two years. 

12. ( 1 ) If an egg councillor, pullet councillor or member of the local 
board has not been elected in accordance with this Regulation by 



James Wheeler 
Chair 



Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated at Guelph on January 8, 1997. 



6/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 26/97 

made under the 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND 

PROTECTION OF PRIVACY ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 26/97 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ACCÈS À L'INFORMATION ET LA 

PROTECTION DE LA VIE PRIVÉE 



Made: January 22, 1997 
Filed: January 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 460 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 460 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 21/96 and 33 1/96. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



1. Subsection 5 (2) of Regulation 460 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), the minimum period of reten- 
tion of personal information that is contained in a telecommunication 
logger tape in the custody or under the control of the institution is 45 
days rather than one year. 



2. Items 0.1, 13, 24, 67, 75.1, 77, 113, 138, 143, 162, 194 and 221 
of the Schedule to the Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted: 



pris le 22 Janvier 1997 
déposé le 24 janvier 1997 

modifiant le Règl. 460 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Depuis le 1 er janvier 1996, le Règlement 460 a été modifié 
par les Règlements de l'Ontario 21/96 et 33 1/96. Pour les 
modifications antérieures, voir la Table des règlements 
qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1995. 

1. Le paragraphe 5 (2) du Règlement 460 des Règlements 
refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

(2) Pour l'application du paragraphe (1), le délai minimal pendant 
lequel sont conservés les renseignements personnels que contient une 
bande d'enregistreur automatique d'appels téléphoniques ou radio qui 
est gardée par l'institution ou sous son contrôle est de 45 jours au lieu 
d'un an. 

2. Les numéros 0.1, 13, 24, 67, 75.1, 77, 113, 138, 143, 162, 194 et 
221 de l'annexe du Règlement sont abrogés et remplacés par ce qui 
suit : 



24. 


Provincial Advisory Committees 


Minister of Education and Training 




138. 


Crop Insurance Appeal Board 


Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs 




221. 


Rent Review Hearings Board 


Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



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24. 


Comités consultatifs provinciaux 


Ministre de l'Éducation et de la Formation 




138. 


Commission d'appel de l' assurance-récolte 


Ministre de l'Agriculture, de l'Alimentation et des Affaires 
rurales 




221. 


Commission de révision des loyers 


Ministre des Affaires municipales et du Logement 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 27/97 

made under the 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT 

Made: January 22, 1997 
Filed: January 24, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 201/96 
(General) 

Ontario Regulation 201/96 has been amended by Ontario 
Regulations 324/96, 336/96, 375/96, 386/96, 507/96 and 
508/96. 



3. This Regulation comes into force on February 1, 1997. 



6/97 



1. (1) Clause 12 (1) (b) of Ontario Regulation 201/96 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(b) a letter authorizing the Minister to gain access to all information 
with respect to the product in the possession of the Health 
Protection Branch of Health Canada or of the government of any 
province or territory in Canada and authorizing the Minister to 
disclose any information with respect to the product in the 
possession of the Ministry to the Health Protection Branch of 
Health Canada or to the government of a province or territory in 
Canada. 

(2) Clause 12 (1) (c) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(3) Clauses 12 (1) (f) and (g) of the Regulation are revoked. 

(4) Subsection 12 (7) of the Regulation is revoked. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Conditions to continue to be a Designated 
Listed Drug Product 

12.1 The following conditions must be met in order for a designated 
listed drug product to continue to be designated as a listed drug product: 

1 . The manufacturer of the product shall give the Minister notice 
of any change made to the product, including a formulation 
change, and of any change in the ownership of the manufacturer. 

2. The product must be authorized for sale under the Food and 
Drugs Act (Canada). 

3. The manufacturer of the product must continue to be able to 
supply the product at the drug benefit price in a quantity that is 
sufficient to meet the demand for the product. 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 28/97 

made under the 

DRUG INTERCHANGEABILITY AND 

DISPENSING FEE ACT 

Made: January 22, 1997 
Filed: January 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 935 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 935 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 18/96, 177/%, 204/96, 337/96, 376/96, 
387/96 and 509/96. For prior amendments, see the Table of 
Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



1. The definition of "original product" in subsection 1 (1) of 
Regulation 935 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

"original product" means the original source of a drug product in a 
particular strength and dosage form that is or was designated as a 
listed drug product under Ontario Regulation 201/96 or that was 
listed as a drug product under Regulation 868 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (General) or the Parcost C.D.I, 
prescribed under Ontario Regulation 839/84 as it read on November 
30, 1986. 

2. (1) Clause 6 (1) (b) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(b) a letter authorizing the Minister to gain access to all information 
with respect to the product in the possession of the Health 
Protection Branch of Health Canada or of the government of any 
province or territory in Canada and authorizing the Minister to 
disclose any information with respect to the product in the 
possession of the Ministry to the Health Protection Branch of 
Health Canada or to the government of a province or territory in 
Canada. 

(2) Clause 6 (1) (f) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(3) Subsection 6 (6) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(6) Clauses (1) (c), (e), (g) and (i) do not apply with respect to a 
product that has been designated as bioequivalent to the original 
product by the Health Protection Branch of Health Canada. 



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(7) Subsection (6) applies to a product described in paragraphs 1 , 2 
and 3 of subsection (5) only if the formulation of the product has been 
submitted to the Minister. 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 



enterprise or activity and is designated as an undertaking to which the 
Act applies. 



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8. The following conditions must be met in order for a drug product 
that has been designated as interchangeable to continue to be 
designated as interchangeable: 

1. The manufacturer of the product shall give the Minister notice 
of any change made to the product, including a formulation 
change, and of any change in the ownership of the manufacturer. 

2. The product must be authorized for sale under the Food and 
Drugs Act (Canada). 

3. The manufacturer of the product must continue to be able to 
supply the product at the drug benefit price in a quantity that is 
sufficient to meet the demand for the product. 

4. Subsection 7 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"or" at the end of clause (a) and by adding the following clause: 

(a. 1) in the case of an original product that was but is no longer a listed 
drug product under Ontario Regulation 201/96, the drug benefit 
price of the product proposed to the Minister under clause 6(1) 
(d.l)is, 

(i) less than or equal to 75 per cent of the drug benefit price of 
the original product that was set out in the Formulary 
immediately before its removal, or 

(ii) if the original product was removed from the Formulary as 
a listed drug product before May 27, 1996, less than or equal 
to 75 per cent of the best available price that was set out in 
the Formulary immediately before the removal of the 
original product; or 

5. This Regulation comes into force on February 1, 1997. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 30/97 

made under the 

FUEL TAX ACT 

Made: January 6, 1997 
Filed: January 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 464 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 464 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 141/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 464 of Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is amended by revoking the definitions of "current 
registration year", "fleet of interjurisdictional vehicles", "gross 
vehicle weight", "prior registration year", "recreational vehicle", 
"registered gross vehicle weight" and "registration year". 

(2) Subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is further amended by 
revoking the definition of "registration decal" and substituting the 
following: 

"registration decal" means a registration decal as defined in section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 22/97; 

(3) Subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is further amended by 
adding the following definitions: 

"foreign licensee" means a person described in clause (a) of the defini- 
tion of "interjurisdictional carrier" in section 1 of the Act who holds 
an IFTA licence issued by a base jurisdiction other than Ontario; 

"IFTA" means the International Fuel Tax Agreement which the Minister 
has joined pursuant to subsection 28.2 (2) of the Act and includes the 
Articles of Agreement, the Procedures Manual and the Audit 
Manual; 






ONTARIO REGULATION 29/97 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

Made: January 22, 1997 
Filed: January 24, 1997 

DESIGNATION— FIBRE ENVIRONMENTAL 
AND ECOLOGY LIMITED 



1. In this Regulation, 

"Fibre Environmental and Ecology Limited" includes, 

(a) any person related to Fibre Environmental and Ecology Limited 
by ownership; and 

(b) any person who is a party to a contract with Fibre Environmental 
and Ecology Limited respecting any undertaking described in 
section 2. 

2. Any undertaking or activity of Fibre Environmental and Ecology 
Limited of disposing of waste on the former Quinte Sanitation Landfill 
located on parts of Lots 17 and 18, Concession I, Township of Sidney 
in the County of Hastings is defined as a major commercial or business 



"Ontario licensee" means a person described in clause (a) of the 
definition of "interjurisdictional carrier" in section 1 of the Act who 
holds an IFTA licence issued by Ontario; 

2. Section 3 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

3. (1) An interjurisdictional carrier described in clause (a) of the 
definition of "interjurisdictional carrier" in section 1 of the Act shall 
apply for an Ontario trip registration certificate before operating an 
interjurisdictional vehicle on a trip that includes travel both inside and 
outside Ontario. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a foreign licensee or Ontario 
licensee unless the licensee is required to apply for an Ontario trip 
registration certificate under section 3 of Ontario Regulation 22/97. 

(3) An Ontario trip registration certificate is valid only as set out in 
the certificate and is not transferable between vehicles. 

(4) Any application required to be made under this section may be 
made by the driver of the interjurisdictional vehicle as agent for the 
interjurisdictional carrier. 

(5) For the purposes of subsection 4. 1 6 ( 1 ) of the Act, a driver of an 
interjurisdictional vehicle who does not produce an Ontario trip 



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8. (1) In this section, 



O. Reg. 31/97 



registration certificate issued for the trip when required to do so under 
the Act contravenes subsection 4.13 (2) of the Act. 

(6) Despite subsection (1), the Minister or a person authorized by 
the Minister may allow an Ontario trip registration certificate to be 
purchased after the interjurisdictional carrier has started a trip that 
includes travel both inside and outside Ontario if the lack of purchase 
was due to inadvertence. 

(7) An Ontario licensee or a foreign licensee shall affix registration 
decals as required by the International Fuel Tax Agreement. 

3. (1) Subsections 10 (3) and 10 (4) of the Regulation are 
revoked. 

(2) Subsection 10 (5) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(5) On or before the 25th day of each month, every interjurisdictional 
carrier described in clause (b) of the definition of "interjurisdictional 
carrier" in section 1 of the Act shall deliver to the Minister a return in 
a form approved by the Minister with respect to the immediately 
preceding calendar month, together with the required tax payable. 

(3) Subsection 10 (13) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(13) A reference to an interjurisdictional carrier in subsections 
1 (7), (8), (9), ( 1 0), ( 1 1 ) and ( 1 2) applies only to a person who engages 
in the commercial transportation of goods or passengers inside and 
outside Ontario and operates for that purpose railway equipment on 
rails in connection with and as part of a public transportation system. 

4. Subsections 13 (7), (8) and (12) of the Regulation are revoked. 

5. Form 12 of the Regulation is revoked. 

6. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 1997. 



David Johnson 
Minister of Finance 



Dated at Toronto on January 6, 1997. 
6/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 31/97 

made under the 

GASOLINE TAX ACT 

Made: January 6, 1997 
Filed: January 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 534 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Returns and Refunds) 

Note: Regulation 534 has not been amended in 1996 or 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 

1. The title to Regulation 534 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted : 

MISCELLANEOUS 

2. The Regulation is further amended by adding the following 
section: 



"foreign licensee" means an interjurisdictional carrier who holds an 
IFTA licence issued by a base jurisdiction other than Ontario; 

"IFTA" means the International Fuel Tax Agreement which the Minister 
has joined pursuant to subsection 34 (3) of the Act and includes the 
Articles of Agreement, the Procedures Manual and the Audit 
Manual; 

"Ontario licensee" means an interjurisdictional carrier who holds an 
IFTA licence issued by Ontario; 

"registration decal" means a registration decal as defined in section 1 
of Ontario Regulation 24/97. 

(2) An interjurisdictional carrier shall apply for an Ontario trip 
registration certificate before operating a qualified motor vehicle on a 
trip that includes travel both inside and outside Ontario. 

(3) Subsection (2) does not apply to a foreign licensee or Ontario 
licensee unless the licensee is required to apply for an Ontario trip 
registration certificate under section 3 of Ontario Regulation 24/97. 

(4) An Ontario trip registration certificate is valid only as set out in 
the certificate and is not transferrable between vehicles. 

(5) Any application required to be made under this section may be 
made by the driver of the qualified motor vehicle as agent for the 
interjurisdictional carrier. 

(6) For the purposes of subsection 4.13 (1) of the Act, a driver of a 
qualified motor vehicle who does not produce an Ontario trip 
registration certificate issued for the trip when required to do so under 
the Act contravenes subsection 4.12 (2) of the Act. 

(7) Despite subsection (2), the Minister or a person authorized by the 
Minister may allow an Ontario trip registration certificate to be 
purchased after the interjurisdictional carrier has started a trip that 
includes travel both inside and outside Ontario if the lack of purchase 
was due to inadvertence. 

(8) An Ontario licensee or a foreign licensee shall affix registration 
decals as required by the International Fuel Tax Agreement. 

3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 1997. 



David Johnson 
Minister of Finance 



Dated at Toronto on January 6, 1997. 
6/97 



CORRECTION 

Ontario Regulation 537/96 under the Municipal Act published in the 
December 28, 1996 issue of The Ontario Gazette. 

Paragraph 3 of subsection 6 (2), as set out in Ontario Regulation 537/96, 
should have read as follows: 

3. The board of governors of a college of applied arts and technol- 
ogy established under section 5 of the Ministry of Colleges and 
Universities Act. 



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O. Reg. 33/97 379 



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1997—02—15 



ONTARIO REGULATION 32/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 15, 1997 
Filed: January 27, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 409/82 

(Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, Geographic Townships of 

Cobden, Striker, Scarfe and Mack) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 409/82 has not been amended in 1996 or 
1997. For prior amendments, see the Tables of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

I. The Schedule to Ontario Regulation 409/82 is amended by 
adding the following section: 

II. (1) Despite subsection 24 (1), the storage of snowmobile trail 
grooming equipment and snowmobile maintenance equipment is per- 
mitted on the lands described in subsection (2). 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in the geographic 
Town of Cobden in the Territorial District of Algoma, being part of Lot 
3 in Concession III more particularly described as Parcel 8214 ACS 
and designated as parts 2 and 3 on Reference Plan 1R-8630, deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of Algoma 
(No. 1). 

Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on January 15, 1997. 



7/97 



lote: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 33/97 

made under the 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

Made: January 22, 1997 
Filed: January 27, 1997 

Amending Reg. 527 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Traps) 

Regulation 527 has not been amended in 19% or 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 



1. Clause 1 (10) (b) of Regulation 527 of the Revised Regulations 
f Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(b) a snare lock or other device is used in such a manner that the 
noose is prevented from expanding. 

/97 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 33/97 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LA CHASSE ET LA PÊCHE 

pris le 22 janvier 1997 
déposé le 27 janvier 1997 

modifiant le Règl. 527 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Pièges) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 527 n'a pas été modifié en 1996 ou 1997. 
Pour les modifications antérieures, voir la Table des 
règlements qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1995. 

1. L'alinéa 1 (10) b) du Règlement 527 des Règlements refondus 
de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

b) un système de blocage du collet ou un autre dispositif est utilisé 
de façon à empêcher le nœud coulant de se desserrer. 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 34/97 

made under the 

LOCAL SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

Made: January 12, 1997 
Filed: January 27, 1997 

Amending Reg. 737 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Local Services Boards) 

Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 737 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 153/96, 372/96 and 408/96. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 



1. Subsection 31 (4) of Regulation 737 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 



(4) The Board may exercise the powers set out in paragraphs 2, 3, 4, 
5 and 6 of the Schedule to the Act. 



Chris Hodgson 
Minister of Northern Development and Mines 



Dated at Toronto on January 12, 1997. 



7/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 35/97 

made under the 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT 

Made: January 29, 1997 
Filed: January 30, 1997 

Amending Reg. 190 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Money Paid Into Court) 

Note: Regulation 190 has not been amended in 1996 or 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 



1. Subsection 2 (4) of Regulation 190 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 



(4) Money paid or transferred to the Account bears interest on the 
minimum monthly balance, 



(a) in the case of money held for a minor, at the rate of 5.6 per cent 
per year, compounded semi-annually; 



ft) in the case of all other money, at the rate of 2.75 per cent per year, 
compounded semi-annually. 



7/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 36/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 28, 1997 
Filed: January 31, 1997 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF 
MINISTER TO CITY OF BARRIE 

1. In this Regulation, 

"Minister's authority" means the Minister's authority to give approval 
under section 5 1 of the Act continued, as it existed immediately prior 
to March 28, 1995, by section 74.1 of the Act with respect to, 

(a) applications for approval of plans of subdivision whose file 
numbers are set out in Schedule 1 ; and 

(b) applications for approval or exemption of condominium des- 
criptions under section 50 of the Condominium Act whose file 
numbers are set out in Schedule 2. 

2. The Minister's authority is delegated to the council of the City of 
Barrie. 

3. (1) If any of the authority delegated to the council is in turn 
delegated by the council to a committee of council or an appointed 
officer under section 5 (1) of the Act, the council shall forward to the 
Minister a certified copy of the delegating by-law within 15 days of its 
passing. 

(2) The delegation of authority set out in this Regulation is not 
terminated by reason only that subsection (1) is not complied with. 

4. This Regulation comes into force on February 3, 1997. 

Schedule 1 

FILE NUMBERS OF APPLICATIONS FOR 
APPROVAL OF PLANS OF SUBDIVISION 

43T-93025 
43T-93013 
43T-92021 
43T-92018 
43T-92014 
43T-92001 
43T-91052 
43T-91039 
43T-91034 
43T-91018 
43T-91017 
43T-90047 
43T-90O40 
43T-90020 
43T-89067 
43T-89063 
43T-89050 
43T-89017 
43T-89013 
43T-89008 
43T-89002 
43T-88084 
43T-88065 
43T-88035 
43T-87061 
43T-87058 
43T-87004 
43T-86011 
43T-86010 



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Schedule 2 



FILE NUMBERS OF APPLICATIONS FOR 

APPROVAL OR EXEMPTION 

OF CONDOMINIUM DESCRIPTIONS 

43CD-89011 
43CD-89024 
43CD-90003 

Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

)ated at Toronto on January 28, 1997. 

797 



ONTARIO REGULATION 37/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 28, 1997 
Filed: January 31, 1997 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF 
MINISTER TO CITY OF ORILLIA 

1. The Minister's authority to give approval under section 51 of the 
let continued, as it existed immediately prior to March 28, 1995, by 
ection 74.1 of the Act with respect to applications for approval of plans 



of subdivision whose file numbers are set out in the Schedule is 
delegated to the council of the City of Orillia. 

2. (1) If any of the authority delegated to the council is in turn 
delegated by the council to a committee of council or an appointed 
officer under section 5 (1) of the Act, the council shall forward to the 
Minister a certified copy of the delegating by-law within 15 days of its 
passing. 

(2) The delegation of authority set out in this Regulation is not 
terminated by reason only that subsection (1) is not complied with. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on February 3, 1997. 

Schedule 

FILE NUMBERS OF APPLICATIONS FOR 
APPROVAL OF PLANS OF SUBDIVISION 

43T-90043 
43T-90023 
43T-87022 
43T-75295 
43T-74158 

Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on January 28, 1997. 



7/97 






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1997—02—22 



ONTARIO REGULATION 38/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 3, 1997 
Filed: February 4, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 409/82 

(Restricted Areas — District of Algoma, Geographic Townships of 

Cobden, Striker, Scarfe and Mack) 

Note: Since January 1, 19%, Ontario Regulation 409/82 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 32/97. For prior amendments, 
see the Tables of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 
and the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 409/82 is amended by striking 
out the word "Striker" in the second line. 

2. Section 4 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 

4. All the land in the geographic Townships of Cobden, Scarfe and 
Mack are divided into the zones listed in the Table as shown on maps 
filed with the Provincial Planning Services Branch of the Ministry of 
Municipal Affairs and Housing as 85a, 86a, 87 and 88, the zones being 
designated on the maps as set out in the Table: 

TABLE 



Name of Zone 


Symbol on Map 


Rural 


RU 


Seasonal Residential 


SR 


Resort Commercial 


CR 


Waste Disposal 


WD 


Resource Management 


RM 



3. Subsection 5 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"and" at the end of clause (c), by adding "and" at the end of clause 
(d) and by adding the following clause: 

(e) not be located closer to the front line or exterior side lot line than 
the maximum front yard and external yard set backs required for 
the principal building. 

4. Subsection 18 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"177.7" in the first line of column 2 of the Table and substituting 
"178.4". 

5. Subsection 18 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(2) On lands abutting the shoreline of Lake Huron, 

(a) the finished grade level of lands surrounding a habitable 
structure shall be above 178.4 metres Canadian Geodetic 
Datum; and 



(b) there shall be no openings in a building below 178.4 metres 
Canadian Geodetic Datum. 

6. Clause 21 (4) (a) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"65" and substituting "200". 

7. (1) Paragraph 1 of subsection 25 (3) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



1. Minimum lot area 



0.4 hectares 



(2) Subsection 25 (3) is further amended by adding the following 
new paragraph: 



6. Maximum lot coverage 



15 per cent 



8. Paragraph 1 of subsection 25 (4) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



1 . Minimum lot area 



0.4 hectares 



9. Paragraph 1 of section 32 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



1 . Minimum lot area 



2.0 hectares 



10. (1) Sections 29.2, 37a, 37b and 37c of the Regulation are 
revoked. 

(2) Sections 3, 6, 7, 9 and 10 of the Schedule to the Regulation are 
revoked. 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on February 3, 1997. 

8/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 39/97 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 4, 1997 
Filed: February 4, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 40/85 

(Zoning Areas — District of Nipissing, Part of the districts of 

Nipissing and Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 40/85 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 2/96 and 498/96. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 

1. (1) Paragraph 2 of section 1 of Ontario Regulation 40/85 is 
amended by adding "fur farming" after "poultry raising," in the 
fifth line. 



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(a.l) semi detached dwellings; 



O.Reg. 41/97 



(2) Paragraph 5 of section 1 is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 

5. "duplex dwelling" means a building containing two dwelling 
units located one above the other that are capable of being 
occupied as permanent residences; 

(3) Paragraph 12 of section 1 is amended by striking out 
"seasonal" in the third line. 

(4) Paragraph 18 of section 1 is amended by adding "and Energy 
or its designate" after "Ministry of the Environment" in the second 
line. 

(5) Section 1 is further amended by adding the following para- 
graph: 

33.1 "right-of-way" means the right to pass over the land of another, 
created either by express grant or by prescription under the 
Limitations Act confirmed by a court or tribunal. 

(6) Section 1 is further amended by adding the following para- 
graph: 

34.1 "semi-detached dwelling" means a building divided vertically 
into two dwelling units capable of being occupied as permanent 
residences; 

2. Clause 4 (b) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Plans Administration Branch, North and East" in the seventh and 
eighth lines and substituting "Provincial Planning Services 
Branch". 

3. Section 10 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

10. Where a lot with less than the minimum frontage or area required 
by this Order existed on January 25, 1985, this Order does not prohibit 
uses permitted in the relevant zone designation if, 

(a) the lot is considered suitable for the proposed development by 
the Ministry of Environment and Energy or its designate and 
satisfactory to the Planning Board; and 

(b) all other requirements of this Order are met. 

4. Subsection 20 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"and" at the end of clause (a), by adding "and" at the end of clause 
(b) and by adding the following clause: 

(c) shall have a minimum length of six metres and a minimum width 
of three metres, exclusive of areas for driveways, entrances and 
exits. 

5. Subsection 22 (6) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(6) Where a wayside pit or quarry is established under clause (1) (j), 
the edge of the excavation shall be no less than 61 metres from the limit 
of any public road and from any adjoining property line, except where 
two pits are located on abutting properties, the pits may be excavated 
up to the abutting property line. 

6. Section 28 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing clause: 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on February 4, 1997. 



8/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 40/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 5, 1997 
Filed: February 5, 1997 

DEEMING ORDER 
(ESPANOLA AND AREA PLANNING BOARD) 

1.(1) Ontario Regulation 22/87, as it read immediately before its 
revocation under section 2, shall be deemed to be and to always have 
been a by-law of the Espanola and Area Planning Board under section 
34 of the Act. 

(2) The deemed by-law shall be referred to as By-law Number 01/97 
of the Espanola and Area Planning Board until changed by the Board. 

2. Ontario Regulations 22/87, 7/88, 88/88, 89/88, 221/88, 478/88, 
407/89, 45/92, 477/93, 286/94 and 408/95 are revoked. 



J. D. Parker 

Assistant Deputy Minister (Acting) 

Municipal Operations Division 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on February 5, 1997. 

8/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 41/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 5, 1997 
Filed: February 5, 1997 

DEEMING ORDER 
(WEST NfflSSING PLANNING BOARD) 






1. (1) Ontario Regulation 40/85, as it read immediately before its 
revocation under section 2, shall be deemed to be and to always have 
been a by-law of the West Nipissing Planning Board under section 34 
of the Act. 

(2) The deemed by-law shall be referred to as By-law Number 2 of 
the West Nipissing Planning Board until changed by the Board. 



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O. Reg. 43/97 405 



2. Ontario Regulations 40/85. 177/85, 371/85, 709/86, 710/86, 
711/86, 712/86, 84/87, 85/87, 124/87, 466/88, 394/90, 255/91, 677/91, 
186/93, 198/93, 315/93, 646/93, 808/93, 403/95, 2m, 498/96 and 
39/97 are revoked. 



J. D. Parker 
Assistant Deputy Minister (Acting) 

Municipal Operations Division 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



2. Ontario Regulations 409/82, 332/83, 376/85, 389/87, 462/87, 
309/88, 390/90, 672/91, 13/92, 39/92, 5/93, 151/93, 199/93, 483/93, 
699/94, 32/97 and 38/97 are revoked. 



J. D. Parker 

Assistant Deputy Minister (Acting) 

Municipal Operations Division 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on February 5, 1997. 
8/97 



Dated at Toronto on February 5, 1997. 



8/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 43/97 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

Made: February 5, 1997 
Filed: February 6. 1997 

EXEMPTION— GENERAL ELECTRIC 

CANADA INC. AND ELI ECO LOGIC 

INTERNATIONAL INC. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 42/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 5, 1997 
Filed: February 5, 1997 

DEEMING ORDER 

(BLIND RIVER AND SUBURBAN 

PLANNING BOARD) 



1. (1) Ontario Regulation 409/82, as it read immediately before its 
revocation under section 2, shall be deemed to be and to always have 
been a by-law of the Blind River and Suburban Planning Board under 
section 34 of the Act. 



(2) The deemed by-law shall be referred to as By-law Number 002 
)f the Blind River and Suburban Planning Board until changed by the 
loud. 



1. (1) General Electric Canada Inc. and ELI Eco Logic International 
Inc. are exempt from the following provisions of Regulation 352 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 with respect to the operation, in 
accordance with the application made by them to the Director dated 
February 16, 1996, of a mobile PCB destruction facility waste disposal 
site and waste management system for the treatment of PCB waste that 
was in storage on October 28, 1996 at the former General Electric 
Canada Inc. Davenport industrial complex located at 940 Lansdowne 
Avenue in the City of Toronto: 

1. Paragraph 22 of subsection 6(1). 

2. Paragraph 27 of subsection 6(1). 

3. Paragraph 1 of section 13. 

(2) In subsection (1), "mobile PCB destruction facility" and "PCB 
waste" have the same meaning as in Regulation 352 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 



8/97 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 44/97 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 6, 1997 
Filed: February 10, 1997 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Permit Limits) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 619 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 29/96, 30/%, 148/%, 325/96, 328/%, 
3%/96, 424/96, 466/96 and 477/96. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 199S. 

1.(1) Paragraph 20 of Part 2 of Schedule 13 to Regulation 619 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



District of Rainy River — Twps. of Crozier and Devlin 

20. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 11 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River lying between a point situate 
at its intersection with the westerly limit of the roadway known 
as Oak wood Road in the Township of Crozier and a point situate 
470 metres measured easterly from the centre point of its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 613 in the 
Township of Devlin. 

(2) Paragraph 28 of Part 2 of Schedule 13 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

District of Rainy River — Twps. of Lash and Barwick 



28. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 11 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River lying between a point situate 
200 metres measured westerly from the centre point of the 
roadway known as Front Street/Off Lake Road in the Township 
of Lash and a point situate at its intersection with the easterly 
boundary of the Manitou Rapids Rainy River First Nations in the 
Township of Barwick. 



(3) Paragraph 29 of Part 2 of Schedule 13 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



District of Rainy River — Twps. of Barwick and Atwood 

29. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 11 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River in the Township of Barwick 
lying between a point situate at its intersection with the westerly 
boundary of the Manitou Rapids Rainy River First Nations and 
a point situate 60 metres measured westerly from its intersection 
with the westerly limits of the roadway known as Atwood 
Township Road in the Township of Atwood. 



(4) Part 2 of Schedule 13 to the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following paragraph: 



District of Rainy River — Twps. of Devlin and Lash 

41. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 11 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River lying between a point situate 
440 metres measured westerly from the centre point of its 
intersection with the King's Highway Known as No. 613 in the 
Township of Devlin and a point situate 400 metres measured 
easterly from the centre point of its intersection with the 
roadway known as Emo Road #1/Tyrell Street in the Township 
of Lash. 

2. (1) Paragraph 9 of Part 4 of Schedule 13 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

District of Rainy River — Town of Rainy River, Twp. of Atwood 

9. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 11 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River in the Township of Atwood 
lying between a point situate 60 metres measured westerly from 
its intersection with the westerly limits of the roadway known as 
Atwood Township Road and a point situate at its intersection 
with the easterly limit of the Town of Rainy River. 

(2) Paragraph 10 of Part 4 of Schedule 13 to the Regulation is 
revoked. 

(3) Part 4 of Schedule 13 to the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following paragraphs: 

District of Rainy River — Twp. of Devlin 

20. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 11 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River lying between a point situate 
470 metres measured easterly from the centre point of its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 613 in the 
Township of Devlin and a point situate 440 metres measured 
westerly from the centre point of its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 613 in the Township of Devlin. 

District of Rainy River — Twp of Lash 

21. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 11 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River in the Township of Lash 
measured from a point situate at the centre point of its 
intersection with the roadway known as Emo Road #1/Tyrell 
Street and extending easterly a distance of 400 metres. 

District of Rainy River — Twps. of Lash and Barwick 

22. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 11 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River lying between a point situate 
300 metres measured easterly from the centre point of the 
roadway known as Front Street/Off Lake Road in the Township 
of Lash and a point situate 200 metres measured westerly from 
the centre point of the roadway known as Front Street/Off Lake 
Road in the Township of Barwick. 

3. (1) Paragraph 16 of Part 5 of Schedule 13 to the Regulation is 
revoked. 

(2) Paragraph 19 of Part 5 of Schedule 13 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



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District of Rainy River — Twp. of Barwick District of Rainy River — TWp. of Lash 



O. Reg. 45/97 



19. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 11 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River in the Township of Barwick 
lying between a point situate at its intersection with the easterly 
boundary of the Manitou Rapids Rainy River First Nations and 
a point situate at its intersection with the westerly boundary of 
the Manitou Rapids Rainy River First Nations. 

4. Part 6 of Schedule 13 to the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following paragraph: 

District of Rainy River — Twp. of Lash 

7. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 11 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River in the Township of Lash lying 
between a point at the centre point of its intersection with the 
roadway known as Emo Road #1/Tyrell Street and a point situate 
300 metres measured easterly from the centre point of the 
roadway known as Front Street/Off Lake Road. 

5. (1) Paragraph 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 76 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

District of Rainy River— Twps. of Crozier and Devlin 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 71 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River lying between a point situate 
at its intersection with the westerly limit of the roadway known 
as Oak wood Road in the Township of Crozier and a point situate 
470 metres measured easterly from the centre point of its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 613 in the 
Township of Devlin. 

(2) Part 2 of Schedule 76 to the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following paragraphs: 

District of Rainy River — Twps. of Devlin and Lash 

3. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 71 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River lying between a point situate 
440 metres measured westerly from the centre point of its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 613 in the 
Township of Devlin and a point situate 400 metres measured 
easterly from the centre point of its intersection with the 
roadway known as Emo Road #1/Tyrell Street in the Township 
of Lash. 

District of Rainy River — Twps. of Lash and Barwick 

4. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 71 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River lying between a point situate 
200 metres measured westerly from the centre point of the 
roadway known as Front Street/Off Lake Road in the Township 
of Lash and a point situate at its intersection with the easterly 
boundary of the Manitou Rapids Rainy River First Nations in the 
Township of Barwick. 

6. Part 4 of Schedule 76 to the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following paragraphs: 

District of Rainy River — Twp. of Devlin 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 71 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River Lying between a point situate 
470 metres measured easterly from the centre point of its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 613 in the 
Township of Devlin and a point situate 440 metres measured 
westerly from the centre point of its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 613 in the Township of Devlin. 



3. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 71 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River in the Township of Lash 
measured from a point situate at the centre point of its 
intersection with the roadway known as Emo Road #1/Tyrell 
Street and extending easterly a distance of 400 metres. 

District of Rainy River — Twps. of Lash and Barwick 

4. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 71 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River lying between a point situate 
300 metres measured easterly from the centre point of the 
roadway known as Front Street/Off Lake Road in the Township 
of Lash and a point situate 200 metres measured westerly from 
the centre point of the roadway known as Front Street/Off Lake 
Road in the Township of Barwick. 

7. Paragraph 3 of Part 5 of Schedule 76 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

District of Rainy River — Twps. of Barwick and Dobie 

3. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 71 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River lying between a point situate 
at its intersection with the easterly boundary of the Manitou 
Rapids Rainy River First Nations in the Township of Barwick 
and a point situate 900 metres measured northerly from its 
westerly intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 11, 
in the Township of Dobie. 

8. Part 6 of Schedule 76 to the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following paragraph: 

District of Rainy River — Twp. of Lash 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 71 in the 
Territorial District of Rainy River in the Township of Lash lying 
between a point situate at the centre point of its intersection with 
the roadway known as Emo Road #1/ Tyrell Street and a point 
situate 300 metres measured easterly from the centre point of the 
roadway known as Front Street/Off Lake Road. 



Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto on February 6, 1997. 

9/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 45/97 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT 

Made: February 12, 1997 
Filed: February 13, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 271/91 
(Gasoline Volatility) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 271/91 has not previously been amended 






by 



1. (1) Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 271/91 is amended 
revoking the definitions of "North" and "volatility limit" and substi- 
tuting the following: 

"North" means that part of Ontario not within the Southern Ontario 
corridor; 



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"volatility limit" means 62 kiloPascals; 

(2) Section 1 of the Regulation is further amended by adding the 
following definitions: 

"Northern volatility limit" means 72 kiloPascals; 

"Southern Ontario corridor" means, 

(a) the part of Ontario that is bounded on the north by a straight line 
drawn through the city halls of the towns of Grand Bend and 
Arnprior, and 

(b) where the line described in clause (a) runs across a local 
municipality, the entire local municipality; 

2. Subsection 2 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



(2) With respect to motor gasoline that is transported to the North, 
subsection (1) applies, 

(a) only in Northern summer; and 

(b) with the Northern volatility limit instead of the volatility limit. 

(2) Subsection 3 (4) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or 
the Northern volatility limit, as the case may be" after "limit" in the 
fourth line. 

4. (1) Section 4 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(2.1) For the purposes of subsections (1) and (2), the Northern 
volatility limit applies instead of the volatility limit, 

(a) to motor gasoline that is transported to the North; and 



(2) With respect to motor gasoline that is transported to the North, 
subsection (1) applies, 



(b) in the North, so long as the motor gasoline is not transported to 
the Southern Ontario corridor. 



(a) only in Northern summer; and 

(b) with the Northern volatility limit instead of the volatility limit. 



(2) Subsection 4 (4) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or 
the Northern volatility limit, as the case may be" after "limit" in the 
fourth line. 



3. (1) Subsection 3 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 46/97 

made under the 
SOCIAL CONTRACT ACT, 1993 

Made: February 12, 1997 
Filed: February 14, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 590/93 
(Definitions of Words and Expressions Used in the Act) 

Ontario Regulation 590/93 has not been amended in 1996 or 
1997. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



1. Section 5.1 of Ontario Regulation 590/93 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

No Increase in Compensation 

5.1 The expression "no increase in compensation" in subsection 
48 (1) of the Act means no increase in compensation if the increase is 
determined or to be determined on the basis that the increase is effective 
from a date before April 1, 19%. 

Any Increase to Take Effect on or after 
that Date is Suspended 

5.2 The expression "any increase to take effect on or after that date 
is suspended" in subsection 48 (2) of the Act means that the increase is 
not to be determined on the basis that the increase is effective from a 
date before April 1, 1996. 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 46/97 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1993 SUR LE CONTRAT SOCIAL 

pris le 12 février 1997 
déposé le 14 février 1997 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 590/93 
(Définitions de termes utilisés dans la Loi) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 590/93 n'a pas été modifié en 
1996 ni en 1997. Pour les modifications antérieures, voir 
la Table des règlements qui figure dans les Lois de 
l'Ontario de 1995. 

1. L'article 5.1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 590/93 est abrogé et 
remplacé par ce qui suit : 

Aucune augmentation de la rétribution 

5.1 Au paragraphe 48 (1) de la Loi, l'expression «aucune augmen- 
tation de la rétribution» signifie aucune augmentation de la rétribution 
si cette augmentation est calculée ou doit l'être en fonction du fait 
qu'elle entre en vigueur à une date antérieure au 1 er avril 1996. 

Suspension de l'augmentation qui est censée 
entrer en vigueur à cette date ou après 

5.2 Au paragraphe 48 (2) de la Loi, l'expression «celle qui est 
censée entrer en vigueur à cette date ou après est suspendue» signifie 
que l'augmentation ne doit pas être calculée en fonction du fait qu'elle 
entre en vigueur à une date antérieure au 1 er avril 1996. 



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Application of Sections 5.1 and 5.2 Application des articles 5. 1 et 5.2 



5.3. The expression "no increase in compensation" in subsection 
48 (1) of the Act and the expression "any increase to take effect on or 
after that date is suspended" in subsection 48 (2) of the Act are not to 
be interpreted so as to prevent compensation increases other than those 
described in sections 5.1 and 5.2. 



53 L'expression «aucune augmentation de la rétribution» au 
paragraphe 48 (1) de la Loi et l'expression «celle qui est censée entrer 
en vigueur à cette date ou après est suspendue» au paragraphe 48 (2) de 
la Loi n'ont pas pour effet d'empêcher des augmentations de la 
rétribution autres que celles visées aux articles 5.1 et 5.2. 



9/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 47/97 

made under the 

LAW SOCIETY ACT 

Made: December 5, 1996 

Approved: February 12, 1997 

Filed: February 14, 1997 

Amending Reg. 708 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 708 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 83/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Section 14 of Regulation 708 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following subsections: 

(10.1) Money drawn from a trust account under subsection (8) may 
be drawn by electronic transfer. 

(10.2) Money drawn from a trust account by electronic transfer 
shall be drawn only in accordance with subsections (10.3) to (10.7). 

(10.3) Money shall not be drawn from a trust account by electronic 
transfer unless the following conditions are met: 

1 . The electronic transfer system used by the member must be one 
that does not permit an electronic transfer of funds unless, 

i. one person, using a password or access code, enters into the 
system the data describing the details of the transfer, and 



ii. another person, using another password or access code, 
enters into the system the data authorizing the financial 
institution to carry out the transfer. 

2. The electronic transfer system used by the member must be one 
that will produce, not later than the close of the banking day 
immediately after the day on which the electronic transfer of 
funds is authorized, a confirmation from the financial institution 
confirming that the data describing the details of the transfer and 
authorizing the financial institution to carry out the transfer were 
received. 

3. The confirmation required by paragraph 2 must contain, 



i. the number of the trust account from which money is drawn, 

ii. the name, branch name and address of the financial 
institution where the account to which money is transferred 
is kept, 

iii. the name of the person or entity in whose name the account 
to which money is transferred is kept, 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 47/97 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LE BARREAU 

pris le 5 décembre 1996 

approuvé le 12 février 1997 

déposé le 14 février 1997 

modifiant le Règl. 708 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Depuis le l er janvier 1996, le Règlement 708 a été modifié 
par le Règlement de l'Ontario 83/96. Pour les modifica- 
tions antérieures, voir la Table des Règlements qui figure 
dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1995. 

1. L'article 14 du Règlement 708 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 est modifié par adjonction des paragraphes 
suivants : 

(10.1) Le retrait de fonds d'un compte en fiducie visé au para- 
graphe (8) peut se faire par télévirement. 

(10.2) Le retrait de fonds d'un compte en fiducie par télévirement ne 
peut se faire que conformément aux paragraphes (10.3) à (10.7). 

(10.3) Le retrait de fonds d'un compte en fiducie par télévirement ne 
peut se faire que si les conditions suivantes sont réunies : 

1. Le système de télévirement utilisé par le membre ne doit 
permettre le télévirement de fonds que si : 

i. d'une part, une seule personne entre dans le système, en 
utilisant un mot de passe ou un code d'accès, les données 
relatives au virement, 

ii. d'autre part, une autre personne entre dans le système, en 
utilisant un autre mot de passe ou code d'accès, les données 
qui autorisent l'institution financière à effectuer le virement. 

2. Le système de télévirement utilisé par le membre doit produire, 
au plus tard à la fermeture du jour ouvrable qui suit le jour où le 
télévirement de fonds est autorisé, une confirmation de l'institu- 
tion financière qui indique que les données relatives au virement 
et autorisant l'institution financière à effectuer le virement ont 
été reçues. 



3. La confirmation exigée par la disposition 2 doit comprendre les 
renseignements suivants : 

i. le numéro du compte en fiducie duquel les fonds sont retirés, 

ii. le nom, la succursale et l'adresse de l'institution financière 
où se trouve le compte dans lequel les fonds sont virés, 



iii. le nom de la personne ou de l'entité au nom de qui est gardé 
le compte dans lequel les fonds sont virés. 



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iv. the number of (he account to which money is transferred, iv. le numéro du compte dans lequel les fonds sont virés. 



v. the time and date that the data describing the details of the 
transfer and authorizing the financial institution to carry out 
the transfer are received by the financial institution, and 

vi. the time and date that the confirmation from the financial 
institution is sent to the member. 

4. Before any data describing the details of the transfer or authoriz- 
ing the financial institution to carry out the transfer is entered 
into the electronic trust transfer system, an electronic trust trans- 
fer requisition in a form prescribed by the rules must be signed 
by. 

i. a member, or 

ii. in exceptional circumstances, a person who is not a member 
if the person has signing authority on the trust account from 
which the money will be drawn and is bonded in an amount 
at least equal to the maximum balance on deposit during the 
immediately preceding fiscal year of the member in all trust 
accounts on which signing authority has been delegated to 
the person. 

5. The data entered into the electronic trust transfer system describ- 
ing the details of the transfer and authorizing the financial insti- 
tution to carry out the transfer must be as specified in the elec- 
tronic trust transfer requisition. 

(10.4) Paragraph 1 of subsection (10.3) does not apply to a member 
who practises law without another member as a partner and without 
another member or person as an employee, if the member himself or 
herself enters into the electronic trust transfer system both the data 
describing the details of the transfer and the data authorizing the finan- 
cial institution to carry out the transfer. 

(10.5) In exceptional circumstances, the data referred to in subsec- 
tion (10.4) may be entered by a person other than the member, if the 
person has signing authority on the trust account from which the money 
will be drawn and is bonded in an amount at least equal to the maximum 
balance on deposit during the immediately preceding fiscal year of the 
member in all trust accounts on which signing authority has been dele- 
gated to the person. 

(10.6) Not later than the close of the banking day immediately after 
the day on which the confirmation required by paragraph 2 of subsec- 
tion (10.3) is sent to a member, the member shall, 

(a) produce a printed copy of the confirmation; 

(b) compare the printed copy of the confirmation and the signed 
electronic trust transfer requisition relating to the transfer to 
verify whether the money was drawn from the trust account as 
specified in the signed requisition; 

(c) indicate on the printed copy of the confirmation the name of the 
client, the subject matter of the file and any file number in 
respect of which money was drawn from the trust account; and 

(d) after complying with clauses (a) to (c), sign and date the printed 
copy of the confirmation. 

(10.7) In exceptional circumstances, the tasks required by subsec- 
tion (10.6) may be performed by a person other than the member, if the 
person has signing authority on the trust account from which the money 
will be drawn and is bonded in an amount at least equal to the maximum 
balance on deposit during the immediately preceding fiscal year of the 
member in all trust accounts on which signing authority has been dele- 
gated to the person. 



v. l'heure et la date auxquelles l'institution financière reçoit les 
données relatives au virement et autorisant l'institution 
financière à effectuer le virement, 

vi. l'heure et la date auxquelles l'institution financière envoie la 
confirmation au membre. 

4. Avant l'entrée, dans le système de télévirement de fonds en fidu- 
cie, des données relatives au virement ou autorisant l'institution 
financière à effectuer le virement, une demande de télévirement 
de fonds en fiducie rédigée selon la formule prescrite par les 
règles doit être signée, selon le cas : 

i. par un membre, 

ii. dans des circonstances exceptionnelles, par une personne 
autre qu'un membre si elle est un signataire autorisé du 
compte en fiducie duquel seront retirés les fonds et qu'elle 
a fourni un cautionnement pour un montant au moins égal au 
solde maximal des sommes déposées, au cours de l'exercice 
précédent du membre, dans tous les comptes en fiducie a 
l'égard desquels la personne a reçu l'autorisation de signer. 

5. Les données entrées dans le système de télévirement de fonds en 
fiducie qui sont relatives au virement et qui autorisent l'institu- 
tion financière à effectuer le virement doivent être celles que pré- 
cise la demande de télévirement de fonds en fiducie. 

(10.4) La disposition 1 du paragraphe (10.3) ne s'applique pas au 
membre qui pratique le droit sans avoir un autre membre comme associé 
ni un autre membre ou une autre personne comme employé, si le mem- 
bre entre lui-même, dans le système de télévirement de fonds en fiducie, 
les données relatives au virement et celles autorisant l'institution finan- 
cière à effectuer le virement. 

(10.5) Dans des circonstances exceptionnelles, une personne autre 
que le membre peut entrer les données visées au paragraphe (10.4), si 
elle est un signataire autorisé du compte en fiducie duquel seront retirés 
les fonds et qu'elle a fourni un cautionnement pour un montant au moins 
égal au solde maximal des sommes déposées, au cours de l'exercice pré- 
cédent du membre, dans tous les comptes en fiducie à l'égard desquels 
la personne a reçu l'autorisation de signer. 

(10.6) Au plus tard à la fermeture du jour ouvrable qui suit le jour où 
la confirmation exigée par la disposition 2 du paragraphe (10.3) lui est 
envoyée, un membre : 

a) produit une copie imprimée de la confirmation; 

b) compare la copie imprimée de la confirmation et la demande de 
télévirement de fonds en fiducie signée qui porte sur le virement 
pour vérifier si les fonds ont été retirés du compte en fiducie 
comme le précise la demande signée; 

c) inscrit sur la copie imprimée de la confirmation le nom du client, 
le sujet du dossier et tout numéro de dossier à l'égard duquel des 
fonds ont été retirés du compte en fiducie; 

d) après s'être conformé aux alinéas a) à c), signe et date la copie 
imprimée de la confirmation. 

(10.7) Dans des circonstances exceptionnelles, une personne autre 
que le membre peut exécuter les tâches exigées par le paragraphe ( 10.6), 
si elle est un signataire autorisé du compte en fiducie duquel seront 
retirés les fonds et qu'elle a fourni un cautionnement pour un montant 
au moins égal au solde maximal des sommes déposées, au cours de 
l'exercice précédent du membre, dans tous les comptes en fiducie à 
l'égard desquels la personne a reçu l'autorisation de signer. 



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2. Subsection 15 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following clause: 

(k) signed electronic trust transfer requisitions and signed printed 
confirmations of electronic transfers of trust funds. 



2. Le paragraphe 15 (1) du Règlement est modifié par adjonc- 
tion de l'alinéa suivant : 

k) les demandes de télévirement de fonds en fiducie signées et les 
confirmations de télévirement de fonds en fiducie imprimées et 
signées. 



Law Society of Upper Canada: 



Barreau du Haut-Canada : 



Susan Elliott 
Treasurer 



Susan Elliott 
Trésorière 



Richard Tinsley 
Secretary 



Richard Tinsley 
Secrétaire 



Dated at Toronto on December 5, 1996. 



Fait à Toronto le 5 décembre 1996. 



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O. Reg. 49/97 447 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1997—03—08 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 48/97 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: February 13, 1997 
Filed: February 18, 1997 

Amending Reg. 440 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Vegetables for Processing — Marketing) 

Regulation 440 has not been amended in 1996 or 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 



(9.1) If the parties to an arbitration reach agreement on a matter 
before an award on the matter is made, the agreement forms part of the 
arbitration board's award. 

(9.2) If the parties to an arbitration reach agreement on all matters 
before an award is made, the board shall not make an award. 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



James H. Wheeler 
Chair 



1. Subsection 21 (9) of Regulation 440 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 



(9) An arbitration board shall not make an award on a matter until at 
least three days after the hearing has been completed. 



Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated at Guelph on February 13, 1997. 
10/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 49/97 

made under the 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

Made: February 19, 1997 
Filed: February 20, 1997 

Amending Reg. 497 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Hunter Safety Training Course) 

Note: Regulation 497 has not been amended in 1996 or 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 497 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

1. (1) The Minister or any person authorized by the Minister may 
appoint as a hunting instructor any person who, in the opinion of the 
Minister, is competent to conduct a course in hunter education. 

(2) The Minister shall approve the course to be given. 

(3) An appointment under subsection (1) may specify the term of 
the appointment. 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 49/97 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LA CHASSE ET LA PÊCHE 

pris le 19 février 1997 
déposé le 20 février 1997 

modifiant le Règl. 497 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Cours de formation des chasseurs) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 497 n'a pas été modifié en 1996 ou 1997. 
Pour les modifications antérieures, voir la Table des 
règlements qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1995. 

1. L'article 1 du Règlement 497 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

1. (1) Le ministre ou toute personne qu'il autorise peut nommer 
moniteur du cours de formation des chasseurs toute personne qui, de 
l'avis du ministre, a les aptitudes requises pour donner un cours sur la 
formation des chasseurs. 

(2) Le ministre approuve le cours qui doit être donné. 

(3) La nomination prévue au paragraphe (1) peut préciser sa durée. 



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O. Reg. 52/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 50/97 

made under the 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

Made: February 19, 1997 
Filed: February 20, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 300/93 
(Hunting Licences) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 300/93 has not been amended in 1996 or 
1997. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. (1) Subsection 8 (1) of Ontario Regulation 300/93 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(1) The Minister or any person authorized by the Minister may 
appoint, as hunter education examiners, any person qualified to be 
hunter education examiners. 

(1.1) An appointment under subsection (1) may specify the term of 
the appointment. 

(2) Subsection 8 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(3) Examinations shall be held at the times and places determined by 
the hunter education examiner. 



10/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 51/97 

made under the 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

Made: February 19, 1997 
Filed: February 20, 1997 



HUNTER ORANGE 

1. In this Regulation, 

"garment" means solid clothing with minimum total area of not less 
than 400 square inches above the waist and visible from all sides, but 
does not include open mesh clothing; 

"hunter orange" means a daylight fluorescent orange colour with a 
dominant wave length between 595 and 605 nanometers, excitation 
purity of not less than 85 per cent and a luminance factor of not less 
than 40 per cent, but does not include camouflage hunter orange 
colouring. 

2. The holder of a licence to hunt or of a licence to hunt or trap 
furbearing animals shall wear a garment and a head cover in hunter 
orange, while hunting, 

(a) during the open seasons for deer or moose, other than the 
seasons restricted to the use of bows and arrows only; and 

(b) during the fall open season for black bear. 

3. (1) Clause 2 (a) does not apply to a person who is hunting 
migratory game birds other than woodcock. 

(2) Clause 2 (b) does not apply to a person, 



(a) who hunts game authorized by a small game licence; or 

(b) who hunts game, other than black bear, authorized by a licence 
to hunt or trap furbearing animals on his or her trapline. 

4. This Regulation conies into force on September 1, 1997. 

10/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 52/97 

made under the 

PROVINCIAL PARKS ACT 

Made: February 19, 1997 
Filed: February 20, 1997 

Amending Reg. 951 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Designation of Parks) 

Note: Since January 1, 19%, Regulation 951 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 296/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 951 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following descriptions: 

BLUE JAY CREEK PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the municipal and geographic Township of Tehkummah, in the 
Territorial District of Manitoulin and Province of Ontario, containing 
245.7 hectares, more or less, being composed of all of Lot 21, 
Concession X, all of lots 21 to 25, and part of Lot 26, Concession IX in 
the said township designated as parts 1 and 2 on a plan known as Blue 
Jay Creek Provincial Park, filed in the Office of the Surveyor General 
on October 2, 1995, at the Ministry of Natural Resources in Toronto, 
Ontario. 

CHARLESTON LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the municipal Townships of Rear of Leeds and Lansdowne, Rear 
of Escort and Yonge, and Front of Escott, in the United Counties of 
Leeds and Grenville and Province of Ontario, containing 2333.7 
hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the geographic 
Townships of Escott and Lansdowne designated as parts 1 to 42, both 
inclusive, on a plan known as Charleston Lake Provincial Park, and 
filed on March 21, 1995, in the Office of the Surveyor General at the 
Ministry of Natural Resources in Toronto, Ontario. 

MAYNARD LAKE PROVINCIAL NATURE RESERVE 

In the Tide Lake Area in the Territorial District of Kenora and 
Province of Ontario, containing 30 hectares, more or less, being 
composed of that part of the said territorial district designated as Part 
1 on a plan known as Maynard Lake Provincial Nature Reserve, filed in 
the Office of the Surveyor General on December 6, 1 994, at the Ministry 
of Natural Resources in Toronto, Ontario. 

MENZEL CENTENNIAL PROVINCIAL NATURE RESERVE 

In the Township of Richmond, in the County of Lennox and 
Addington, and in the Township of Tyendinaga, in the County of 
Hastings in the Province of Ontario, containing 627 hectares, more or 
less, being composed of those the said Townships designated as Part 1, 
both inclusive, on a plan known as Menzel Centennial Provincial 
Nature Reserve, filed on February 28, 1995, in the Office of the 
Surveyor General at the Ministry of Natural Resources in Toronto, 
Ontario. 

MISSISSAGI RIVER PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the geographic Townships of Assad, Assef, Fabbro, Fontaine, 
Landriault, Lefebvre, Parrott, Scrivener, Shulman, Worton and 






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Yaremko, in the Territorial District of Algoma, and in the geographic 
Townships of Abney, Comox, Elizabeth, Ethel, Fulton, Gladwin, Hall, 
Hubbard, Iris, Joffre, Kelso and McPhail, in the District of Sudbury, 
containing 245.34 square kilometres, more or less, being composed of 
those parts of the said geographic Townships designated as Part 1 on a 
plan known as Mississagi River Provincial Park, on October 7, 1996 
and filed in the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario, Ministry of 
Natural Resources, at Peterborough. 

OBABIKA RIVER PROVINCIAL PARK 

In the geographic Township of Canton and Le Roche in the 
Territorial District of Nipissing, in the geographic Townships of 
Armargh, Clary, Delhi, Shelburne, Sheppard and Sladen, in the 
Territorial District of Sudbury, and in the geographic Townships of Leo, 
Medina and Rorke, in the Territorial District of Timiskaming, in the 
Province of Ontario, containing 20,520 hectares, more or less, 
designated as Part 1 on a plan known as Obabika River Provincial Park, 
filed on March 8, 1996, in the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario 
in the Ministry of Natural Resources at Toronto, Ontario. 

TIDE LAKE PROVINCIAL NATURE RESERVE 

In the Tide Lake Area in the Territorial District of Kenora and 
Province of Ontario, containing 54 hectares, more or less, being 
composed of that part of the said territorial district designated as Part 
1 on a plan known as Tide Lake Provincial Nature Reserve, filed in the 
Office of the Surveyor General on December 6, 1994, at the Ministry of 
Natural Resources in Toronto, Ontario. 

WHITE LAKE PEATLANDS PROVINCIAL NATURE RESERVE 

In the geographic Townships of Atikameg and McGill, in the 
Territorial District of Thunder Bay and Province of Ontario, containing 
992 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the said 
geographic Townships designated as Part on a plan known as White 
Lake Peatlands Provincial Nature Reserve, filed on February 22, 1995, 
in the Office of the Surveyor General at the Ministry of Natural 
Resources in Toronto, Ontario. 

2. (1) The Table to the Regulation is amended by striking out, 

(a) "Schedule 117, Appendix B" in Column 2 opposite 
"Charleston Lake Provincial Park" in Column 1; 

(b) "Schedule 110, Appendix B" in Column 2 opposite 
"Mississagi River Provincial Park" in Column 1; and 

(c) "Schedule 225, Appendix B" in Column 2 opposite "Obabika 
River Provincial Park" in Column 1, 

and substituting in each case "Section 2". 

(2) The Table to the Regulation is further amended by, 

(a) inserting "Blue Jay Creek Provincial Park" in Column 1 and 
by inserting opposite thereto in Column 2 "Section 2"; 



(e) inserting "White Lake Peatlands Provincial Nature Reserve" 
in Column 1 and by inserting opposite thereto in Column 2 
"Section 2". 



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made under the 

PUBLIC LANDS ACT 

Made: February 19, 1997 
Filed: February 20, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 805/94 
(Conservation Reserve) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 805/94 has not previously been amended. 

1. Ontario Regulation 805/94 is amended by adding the following 
Schedules: 

Schedule 5 

KALADAR JACK PINE BARRENS CONSERVATION RESERVE 

In the municipal Township of Kaladar Anglesea and Effingham in 
the County of Lennox and Addington and Province of Ontario, 
containing 1,086.4 hectares, more or less, being composed of those 
parts of the geographic Townships of Kaladar and Sheffield designated 
as parts 1 to 6, both inclusive, on a plan known as Kaladar Jack Pine 
Barrens Conservation Reserve, filed on February 22, 1995 in the Office 
of the Surveyor General at the Ministry of Natural Resources in 
Toronto, Ontario. 

Schedule 6 

RANGER NORTH CONSERVATION RESERVE 

In the Townships of Bracci, Gapp, Gaudry, Schembri, Scrivener and 
Wlasy, in the Territorial District of Sudbury and Province of Ontario, 
containing 7,032 hectares, more or less, being composed of that part of 
the said territorial district designated as Part 1 on a plan known as 
Ranger North Conservation Reserve, filed in the Office of the Surveyor 
General on November 10, 1995 at the Ministry of Natural Resources in 
Toronto, Ontario. 

Schedule 7 

TIKAMAGANDA LAKE CONSERVATION RESERVE 

In the geographic Townships of Beauparlant and Eaket, in the Terri- 
torial District of Algoma containing 2,957.0 hectares, more or less, 
being composed of that part of the said geographic Townships desig- 
nated as Part 1 on a plan known as Tikamaganda Lake Conservation 
Reserve, approved on July 18, 1995 and filed in the Office of the 
Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry of Natural Resources at 
Toronto, Ontario. 

Schedule 8 



(b) inserting "Maynard Lake Provincial Nature Reserve" in 
Column 1 and by inserting opposite thereto in Column 2 
"Section 2"; 

(c) inserting "Menzel Centennial Provincial Nature Reserve" in 
Column 1 and by inserting opposite thereto in Column 2 
"Section 2"; 

(d) inserting "Tide Lake Provincial Nature Reserve" in Column 
1 and by inserting opposite thereto in Column 2 "Section 2"; 
and 



WAINFLEET BOG CONSERVATION RESERVE 

In the City of Port Colborne and Township of Wainfleet, in the 
Regional Municipality of Niagara and Province of Ontario, containing 
234.3 hectares, more or less, being composed of those parts of the 
geographic Townships of Humberstone and Wainfleet designated as 
parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 on a plan known as Wainfleet Bog Conservation 
Reserve, filed in the Office of the Surveyor General on November 10, 
1995 at the Ministry of Natural Resources in Toronto, Ontario. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 54/97 

made under the 

GAME AND FISH ACT 

Made: February 19, 1997 
Filed: February 20, 1997 

Amending Reg. 502 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Hunting on Designated Crown Land and in Provincial Parks) 

Note: Regulation 502 has not been amended in 1996 or 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Clause 24 (b) of Regulation 502 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(b) from the first day of the open season therefor or from September 
15 in any year, whichever occurs later, to and including the last 
day of the open season therefor, in an area described in 
Schedules 12, 13, 17, 20 to 30, 32 to 43 and 45 to 69; 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 69 

That portion of Charleston Lake Provincial Park known as Blue 
Mountain, delineated as Part 2 on the plan of survey filed on March 21, 
1995, in the Office of the Surveyor General at the Ministry of Natural 
Resources in Toronto, Ontario. 



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L 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1997—03—15 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 55/97 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: February 14, 1997 

Approved: February 24, 1997 

Filed: February 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 403 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Chickens— Plan) 

Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 403 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 521/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 199S. 



1. Sections 9 and 10 of the Schedule to Regulation 403 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following 
substituted: 

9. (1) There shall be a committee of producer-members in each 
district to be known as the "District Chicken Producers' Committee" 
and to be elected after the member of the local board for the district is 
elected. 

(2) The number of members on each committee are determined 
according to the number of producers in the district at the time of the 
election of the members as follows: 



Oto 105 producers 
106 to 135 producers 
136 or more producers 



3 members 

4 members 

5 members 



10. (1) On or before March 15, 1996, the producers in each of 
Districts 1 to 5 shall elect, from amongst themselves, representatives to 
their committee and one representative to the local board. 

(2) On or before March 15, 1997, the producers in each of Districts 
6 to 9 shall elect, from amongst themselves, one representative to the 
local board and representatives to their committee. 

(3) On or before March 15, 1998, the producers in each district shall 
elect, from amongst themselves, one representative to the local board 
and representatives to their committee. 

(4) On or before March 15,1 999, and in every second year thereafter, 
the producers in each of Districts 1 to 5 shall elect, from amongst 
themselves, one representative to the local board and representatives to 
their committee. 



(5) On or before March 1 5, 2000, and in every second year thereafter, 
the producers in each of Districts 6 to 9 shall elect from amongst 
themselves, one representative to the local board and representatives to 
their committee. 



(6) The term of office of each person elected under this section starts 
on the day of the annual meeting of the local board after the election and 
expires when the person's successor takes office. 



(7) No person is eligible for election from any district to the local 
board unless he or she resides in the district. 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



James H. Wheeler 
Chair 

Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated at Guelph on February 14, 1997. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 56/97 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: February 14, 1997 

Approved: February 25, 1997 

Filed: February 26, 1997 

Amending Reg. 439 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Turkeys— Plan) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 439 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 421/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Section 5 of the Schedule to Regulation 439 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 

5. The local board shall be composed of one member from each 
district. 

2. Section 9 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

9.(1) There shall be a committee of not fewer than four members in 
each district to be known as the "District Turkey Producers' Com- 
mittee". 

(2) Subject to subsection ( 1 ), the number of members on a committee 
is determined on the basis of one member for every 3.5 producers or part 
thereof in the district on August 1 in the year in which the election is 
held. 

3. Subsections 10 (1), (2) and (3) of the Schedule to the Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted: 

( 1 ) On or before October 1 , 1 997 and in every second year thereafter, 
the producers in Districts 1, 2, 3 and 4 shall elect, from amongst 
themselves, their representatives to their committee and to the local 
board, to hold office for two years from October 1 . 

(2) On or before October 1 , 1998 and in every second year thereafter, 
the producers in Districts 5, 6 and 7 shall elect, from amongst 



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themselves, their representative to their committee and to the local 
board to hold office for two years from October 1 . 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



James H. Wheeler 
Chair 



3. The following information is prescribed as information that the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario must give the General 
Manager under subsection 37 (2) of the Act: 

1. Information regarding each member of the College that is 
required to be contained in the register of the College under 
clauses 23 (2) (a), (b), (c) and (d) of the Health Professions 
Procedural Code set out in Schedule 2 to the Regulated Health 
Professions Act, 1991. 



Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated at Guelph on February 14, 1997. 



2. The date each member became a member of the College. 

3 . The date a member of the College was certified by the Royal Col- 
lege of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada or by the College of 
Family Physicians of Canada and the discipline or subdiscipline 
in which the member was certified. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 57/97 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: January 29, 1997 
Filed: February 27, 1997 

INFORMATION 



1. (1) A physician shall give the General Manager the address of 
every place at which he or she regularly rendered insured services 
during a period specified by the General Manager. 



4. The date the registration of any member of the College was 
suspended, revoked, terminated or expired and, if applicable, the 
date the suspension was lifted or the person was otherwise 
reinstated as a member of the College. 

5. The date of birth and gender of every member of the College. 

6. The address of every physician's principal place of practice as 
shown on the College's register on a date specified by the 
General Manager. 

4. If a physician knows that the address shown on the register 
maintained by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario is 
incorrect, a physician shall give the General Manager the correct 
address. 



(2) If a physician plans to change the place at which he or she 
regularly renders insured services, he or she shall give the General 
Manager the address of the new place 30 days before the change occurs. 

(3) In giving the General Manager information under subsection (1) 
or (2), a physician shall state, 

(a) whether he or she renders services at a place referred to in 
subsection (1) or (2) as a locum tenens; and 

(b) whether the only services rendered at the place are services that 
are delegated procedures as defined in the schedule of benefits 
carried out under the direct supervision of the physician. 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 59/97 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: February 26, 1997 
Filed: February 27, 1997 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 111/96, 112/96, 114/96, 172/96, 173/96, 
339/96, 409/96, 410/96, 14/97 and 15/97. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1995. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 58/97 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: January 29, 1997 
Filed: February 27, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 57/97 
(Information) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 57/97 has not previously been amended. 

1. Ontario Regulation 57/97 is amended by adding the following 
sections: 



2. The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario is prescribed 
as an organization for the purposes of subsection 37 (2) of the Act. 



1. Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 

37.1.1 (1) If section 37.6 does not apply in respect of an insured 
service rendered by a physician, the fee payable for the service shall be 
decreased in accordance with sections 37.2, 37.3, 37.4 and 37.5. 

(2) If section 37.6 applies in respect of an insured service rendered 
by a physician, the fee payable for the service shall be decreased in 
accordance with that section. 

2. (1) Subsection 37.4 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "and" at the end of clause (a) and adding the following clause: 

(a.l) the service is not a service in respect of which section 37.6 
applies; and 

(2) Section 37.4 is amended by adding the following subsection: 



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469 



(3.1) In subsection (3), the total amount payable for insured services 
rendered by a physician shall include all or any amounts paid to the 
physician for insured services in respect of which section 37.6 applies. 

3. (1) Subsection 37.5 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "and" at the end of clause (a) and adding the following clause: 

(a.l) the service is not a service in respect of which section 37.6 
applies; and 

(2) Section 37.5 is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(2.1) In subsection (2), the total amount payable for insured services 
rendered by a physician shall include all or any amounts paid to the 
physician for insured services in respect of which section 37.6 applies. 

4. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

37.6 (1) Subject to subsections (9) and (10), this section applies to 
a fee payable for an insured service rendered in a geographic area 
mentioned in Schedule 19 or 20 if the service is rendered by a physician 
who, 

(a) is issued a billing number on or after December 16, 1996 but 
before January 1,2000; 

(b) first practised medicine in Ontario less than three years before 
the day the service is rendered; 

(c) in the case of a service rendered in a geographic area mentioned 
in Schedule 19, has not been certified by the Royal College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Canada as a specialist; and 

(d) in the case of a service rendered in a geographic area mentioned 
in Column 2 of Schedule 20, has been certified by the Royal 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada as a specialist 
referred to in Column 1 of Schedule 20 opposite the geographic 



(2) In this section, 

"billing number" means the identification number issued by the 
Ministry of Health to a physician for the purpose of monitoring 
claims or of processing and paying claims for payment of insured 
services rendered by the physician; 

"year 1" means, in relation to a physician, the 12 month period that 
began on the day the physician first practised medicine in Ontario; 

"year 2" means, in relation to a physician, the 12 month period that 
began on the day after the day year 1 ended; 

"year 3" means, in relation to a physician, the 12 month period that 
began on the day after the day year 2 ended. 

(3) For the purposes of this section and subject to subsection (4), the 
day a physician first practises medicine is the earlier of one of the 
following days: 

1. The day the physician first renders an insured service. 

2. The day the physician begins working under an employment 
contract, or any other remunerative arrangement, that requires, 
as part of the qualifications for the position held by the 
physician, that he or she hold a certificate of registration under 
the Medicine Act, 1991. 

(4) In the case of a physician who holds a certificate authorizing 
postgraduate education under the Medicine Act, 1991, any insured 
service or other service rendered by the physician as part of the program 



of postgraduate medical education in which he or she is enrolled shall 
not constitute the day the physician first practises medicine for the 
purposes of this section. 

(5) The basic fee payable for an insured service in respect of which 
this section applies, other than an insured service described in subsec- 
tion (6), shall be decreased as follows: 

1. If the physician renders the service in year 1, the basic fee pay- 
able shall be decreased by 30 per cent. 

2. If the physician renders the service in year 2, the basic fee pay- 
able shall be decreased by 25 per cent. 

3. If the physician renders the service in year 3, the basic fee pay- 
able shall be decreased by 20 per cent. 

(6) In the case of an insured service rendered by a physician under 
a written agreement that requires the physician to provide insured 
services for a period of at least six consecutive weeks as a locum tenens 
on behalf of another physician who is taking a leave of absence from his 
or her practice in relation to the birth or adoption of a child, the basic 
fee payable for the service shall be decreased by 2.9 per cent. 

(7) If the total amount payable under this section for insured services 
rendered by a physician who has not been certified by the Royal College 
of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada as a specialist during a year 
mentioned in the Table to this subsection exceeds the amount set out in 
the Table opposite the year, the fee payable for an insured service in 
respect of which this section applies that is rendered by the physician 
during the remainder of the year shall be reduced to nil. 

TABLE 



Year 


Total amount payable 


Yearl 


$140,000 


Year 2 


$165,000 


Year 3 


$205,000 



(8) If the total amount payable under this section for insured services 
rendered by a physician who has been certified by the Royal College of 
Physicians and Surgeons of Canada as a specialist during a year 
mentioned in the Table to this subsection exceeds the amount set out in 
the Table opposite the year, the fee payable for an insured service in 
respect of which this section applies that is rendered by the physician 
during the remainder of the year shall be reduced to nil. 

TABLE 



Year 


Total amount payable 


Yearl 


$175,000 


Year 2 


$205,000 


Year 3 


$255,000 



(9) This section does not apply to a fee payable for an insured service 
rendered in a geographic area mentioned in Schedule 19 or 20 if the 
service is mentioned under the heading "Technical Fees Excluded from 
Threshold Calculation" in Appendix E to the General Preamble of the 
schedule of benefits. 

(10) This section does not apply to a fee payable for an insured 
service rendered in a geographic area mentioned in Schedule 19 or 20 
by a physician described in subsection (1) if the physician is one of the 
following classes of physicians: 

1. A physician who, before December 16, 1996, entered into a 
binding agreement related to the provision of insured services, 



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which agreement required that the physician relocate to a geo- 
graphic area set out in Schedule 19 or 20. 

2. A physician who, 

i. has a valid agreement with one of the following universities: 

A. McMaster University, 

B. Ottawa University, 

C. Queen's University, 

D. University of Toronto, 

E. University of Western Ontario, and 

ii. under the terms of the agreement referred to in subparagraph 
i, is required to provide a minimum of 20 hours of services 
every week as a teacher or researcher in the area of health 
sciences or in any other academic position in the area of 
health sciences. 

3. A physician who has been certified as a psychiatrist by the Royal 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and who, during 
year 1, 2 or 3, received the majority of his or her gross income 
from insured services for, 

i. insured services that are rendered in a facility listed in 
Schedule 1, 2 or 3 of Regulation 741 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 made under the Mental Health Act; 
and 

ii. insured services provided to a person who is 19 years of age 
or younger or 60 years of age or older. 

4. A physician who is entitled to render insured services at a clinic 
referred to in Schedule 21 and who routinely renders insured 
services to patients of such clinics, whether or not the services 
are provided at the clinics. 

5. Section 38.4 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing subsections: 

(4) Claims for an insured service rendered by a physician who was 
issued a billing number after December 16, 19% shall include the loca- 
tion code representing the location in which the service was rendered. 

(5) In subsection (4), 

"billing number" means the identification number issued by the 
Ministry of Health to a physician for the purpose of monitoring 
claims or of processing and paying claims for payment of insured 
services rendered by the physician. 

6. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedules: 

Schedule 19 

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS THAT HAVE AN 
OVERSUPPLY OF GENERAL PRACTITIONERS 

City of Toronto 
City of Scarborough 
Borough of East York 
City of North York 
City of Etobicoke 
City of York 



Town of Oakville 
City of Burlington 
City of Kingston 
City of Ottawa 
City of Nepean 
City of Vanier 
City of Gloucester 
City of Kanata 
Village of Rockcliffe 
City of London 

Schedule 20 

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS THAT HAVE AN 
OVERSUPPLY OF SPECIALISTS 



Specialist 


Designated Areas 


Dermatologist 


Municipality of Metropolitan 

Toronto 
Regional Municipality of Ottawa- 

Carleton 


Neurologist 


Regional Municipality of Ottawa- 
Carleton 


Otolaryngologist 


Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto 


Paediatrician, other than a 
paediatrician who has been 
issued a certificate of special 
competence by the Royal 
College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of Canada or who 
has completed a program 
(without certification) 
accredited by that College 


Municipality of Metropolitan 

Toronto 
County of Frontenac 
Regional Municipality of Ottawa- 

Carleton 
County of Middlesex 
Regional Municipality of 

Hamilton- Wen tworth 


Psychiatrist 


Municipality of Metropolitan 

Toronto 
County of Frontenac 
Regional Municipality of Ottawa- 

Carleton 
County of Middlesex 



Schedule 21 

CLINICS LISTED UNDER PARAGRAPH 4 
OF SUBSECTION 37.6 (10) 



Item 


Name of Clinic 


Location of Clinic 


1. 


The Haven Program, 
Laurentian Hospital 


Sudbury 


2. 


HIV Care Program, 
St. Joseph's Hospital 


London 


3. 


HIV Care Program, 
Windsor Regional Hospital 


Windsor 


4. 


HIV Clinic, 

Hospital for Sick Children 


Toronto 


5. 


HIV Clinic, 

Kingston General Hospital 


Kingston 


6. 


HIV Clinic, 

Department of Psychiatry 
Mount Sinai Hospital 


Toronto 


7. 


HIV Clinic, 

St. Michael's Hospital 


Toronto 



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Item 


Name of Clinic 


Location of Clinic 


8. 


HIV Clinic, 

Sunnybrook Health Science Centre 


Toronto 


9. 


HIV Clinic, 
Toronto Hospitals 


Toronto 


10. 


HIV Clinic, 

Victoria Medical Centre 


Hamilton 


11. 


HIV Clinic, 

The Wellesley Central Health Centre 


Toronto 


12. 


OASIS - Sandy Hill Health Centre 


Ottawa 



7. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
December 16, 1996. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 61/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 25, 1997 
Filed: February 27, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 174/96, 322/%, 419/96, 
473/96, 474/96, 13/97 and 60/97. For prior amendments, see 
the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is amended by adding 
the following section: 



11/97 



154. (1) Despite subclause 17 (b) (ii), subsection 28 (2) and para- 
graphs 1 and 4 of subsection 30(1) of the Order, a seasonal dwelling and 
guest cabin, together with accessory buildings and structures may be 
erected, located and used on the lands described in subsection (2), if the 
following requirements are met: 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 60/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 25, 1997 
Filed: February 27, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 174/96, 322/96, 419/96, 
473/96, 474/96 and 13/97. For prior amendments, see the Table 
of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



Minimum lot area 

Minimum front yard 

Maximum gross floor area of 
guest cabin 

Minimum setback from highwater 
mark of Rangers Bay 



0.138 hectares 
5.6 metres 

130.0 square metres 

5.6 metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to those lands in the geographic Township 
of Delamere in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being part of Lot 1 in 
Concession III, more particularly described as Parcel 25030 Sudbury 
East Section designated as Lot 13 on Plan M -493 registered in the Land 
Registry Office for the Land Tides Division of Sudbury (No. 53). 



1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is amended by adding 
the following section: 

153. (1) Despite sections 7 and 8 of the Order, the seasonal dwelling 
existing on the lands described in subsection (3) may be extended and 
enlarged. 

(2) Despite clause 17 (b) of the Order, the seasonal dwelling referred 
to in subsection (1) may be erected, located and used within 19.8 metres 
of the highwater mark of any lake or river. 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on February 25, 1997. 



11/97 



(3) Subsections (1) and (2) apply to those lands in the geographic 
Township of Scadding in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being 
Parcel 25347, Sudbury East Section, more particularly described as part 
of Summer Resort Location S.B. 32 and designated as Parts 1 and 2 on 
Reference Plan 53R-12931, deposited in the Land Registry Office for 
the Land Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 53). 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on February 25, 1997. 



11/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 62/97 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 25, 1997 
Filed: February 27, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 174/96, 322/%, 419/%, 
473/%, 474/%, 13/97, 60/97 and 61/97. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1995. 



1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is amended by adding 
the following section: 



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155. (1) Despite section 8 and subsection 22 (1) of the Order, a 
mechanical repair operation, not including an auto-body or welding 
shop, is permitted on the lands described in subsection (2). 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to those lands in the geographic Township 
of Dill in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being composed of part of 
Lot 3, Concession I, more particularly described as Parcel 46363, 'A' 
Sudbury East Section, designated as Part 1 on Plan 53R-9757 deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 
53). 



. ' 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on February 25, 1997. 
11/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 63/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 25, 1997 
Filed: February 27, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 174/96, 322/96, 419/96, 
473/96, 474/96, 13/97, 60/97, 61/97 and 62/97. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 



1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is amended by adding 
the following section: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 64/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 25, 1997 
Filed: February 27, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 1 74/96, 322/96, 419/%, 
473/96, 474/96, 13/97, 60/97, 61/97, 62/97 and 63/97. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is amended by adding 
the following section: 

157. (1) Despite subsection 22 (1) of the Order, a building may be 
erected, located and used for a towing and automobile repair operation 
on the lands described in subsection (2) if the following requirements 
are met: 



Maximum gross floor area 
Minimum lot area 
Minimum lot frontage 
Minimum front yard 
Minimum rear yard 
Minimum side yards 
Maximum height of building 



139 square metres 

2,000 square metres 

30 metres 

1 1 metres 

1 1 metres 

6 metres 

9 metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to those lands in the geographic Township 
of Bigwood in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being part of broken 
Lot 3 in Concession I, more particularly described as Parcel 46644 
Sudbury East Section designated as Part 6 on Plan 53R-5466, deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 
53). 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



156. ( 1 ) Despite subsection 22 ( 1 ) of the Order, one duplex dwelling 
together with accessory buildings and structures may be erected, 
located and used on the land described in subsection (2). 



Dated at Toronto on February 25, 1997. 



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(2) Subsection (1) applies to those lands in the geographic Township 
of Delamere in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being part of Lot 5 in 
Concession I, more particularly described as Parcel 4074 Sudbury East 
Section, in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of 
Sudbury (No. 53). 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on February 25, 1997. 



11/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 65/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 25, 1997 
Filed: February 27, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 1 74/96, 322/%, 4 1 9/%, 
473/%, 474/%, 13/97, 60/97, 61/97, 62/97, 63/97 and 64/97. 
For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the 
Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Schedule 4 of Ontario Regulation 834/81 is amended by adding 
the following section: 



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6. (1) Despite section 8 of this Order, a seasonal dwelling together 
with accessory buildings and structures may be erected, located and 
used on the lands described in subsection (2). 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to those lands in the geographic Township 
of Bigwood in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being part of Broken 
Lot 6 in Concession V, more particularly described as Parcel 37233 
Sudbury East Section, designated as Part 1 on Plan SR-2694 deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 
53). 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Lot 1 1 in Concession VI, more particularly described as Parcel 46737 
S.E.S., designated as Part 1 on Plan 53R- 10325, deposited in the Land 
Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 53). 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on February 25, 1997. 



11/97 



Dated at Toronto on February 25, 1997. 
11/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 66/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 25, 1997 
Filed: February 27, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 174/96, 322/96, 419/%, 
473/96, 474/96, 13/97, 60/97, 61/97, 62/97, 63/97, 64/97 and 
65/97. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Schedule 4 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is amended by adding 
the following section: 

7. (1) Despite section 4 of the Order, the land described in 
subsections (4) and (5) is, for the purposes of this Order, land in a Rural 
Zone. 

(2) Despite paragraph 3 of subsection 23 (3) of the Order, the single 
dwelling existing on the date this section comes into force is permitted 
on the lands described in subsection (4). 

(3) Despite paragraph 4 of subsection 23 (3) of the Order, the lands 
described in subsection (5) shall have a minimum rear yard of 10 
metres. 

(4) Subsections (1) and (2) apply to the lands in the geographic 
Township of Awrey in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being part of 
Lot 1 1 in Concession VI, more particularly described as Parcel 20672 
S.E.S. 

(5) Subsections (1) and (3) apply to the lands in the geographic 
Township of Awrey in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being part of 



ONTARIO REGULATION 67/97 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: February 26, 1997 
Filed: February 28, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 523/96 
(Determination of Apportionments and Levies, 1996) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 523/96 has not previously been amended. 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 523/96 is amended by, 

(a) striking out "2.62" in Column 2 opposite Campbellford T 
under the heading "Northumberland County — General 
Levy" and substituting "100.67"; 

(b) striking out "2.62" in Column 2 opposite Campbellford T 
under the heading "Northumberland County — Library 
Levy" and substituting "100.67"; 

(c) striking out "39.00" in Column 2 opposite Springwater Tp 
under the heading "Simcoe County — General Levy" and 
substituting "102.57"; 

(d) striking out "44.02" in Column 2 opposite lay Tp under the 
heading "Simcoe County — General Levy" and substituting 
"108.08"; 

(e) striking out "65.17" in Column 2 opposite Opasatika Tp 
under the heading "Cochrane District Welfare Adminis- 
tration Board" and substituting "96.34"; 

(f) striking out "65.17" in Column 2 opposite Opasatika Tp 
under the heading "Cochrane District — Home for the Aged 
(Operating)" and substituting "9634"; 

2. The amendments made by this Regulation apply with respect 
to apportionments and levies made on or after January 1, 1996. 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

1997—03—22 



ONTARIO REGULATION 68/97 

made under the 

ONTARIO PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1994 

Made: February 27, 1997 
Filed: March 3, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 481/73 

(County of Halton (now part of 

the regional municipalities of Halton and Peel), 

Town of Oakville (now part of the towns of 

Halton Hills, Milton, Oakville and the City of Mississauga)) 



Note: Ontario Regulation 481/73 has not been amended in 1996 or 
1997. For prior amendments, see the Tables of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



1. Subsection 86 (2) of Ontario Regulation 481/73 is revoked and 
the following substituted: 



Minimum lot area 
Minimum lot frontage 
Minimum floor area 
i. one storey 

ii. one and one-half storeys 

iii. two storeys 

Maximum building height 

Minimum front yard 

Minimum side yards 

Minimum rear yard 

Maximum percentage of lot to be 
covered by buildings or structures 



2,787 square metres 

45.5 metres 

88 square metres 

102 square metres 

116 square metres 

10.5 metres 

5 metres 

13.5 metres 

12 metres 

12.5 percent 



Meredith Beresford 

Director 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on February 27, 1997. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 69/97 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: February 27, 1997 
Filed: March 3, 1997 

COUNCIL COMPOSITION, REGIONAL 
MUNICIPALITY OF SUDBURY 

1. Section 27 of the Act applies to The Regional Municipality of 
Sudbury. 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on February 27, 1997. 

12/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 70797 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 28, 1997 
Filed: March 3, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 174/96, 322/96, 419/96, 
473/96, 474/%, 13/97, 60/97, 61/97, 62/97, 63/97, 64/97, 
65/97 and 66/97. For prior amendments, see the Tables of 
Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 

1 . Schedule 5 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is amended by adding 
the following section: 

2. (1) Despite section 4 of the Order, the land described in 
subsection (3) shall be deemed to be land in an Open Space Zone. 

(2) Despite sections 46 and 47 of the Order, no buildings or structures 
shall be erected, located or used on the land described in subsection (3). 

(3) Subsections (1) and (2) apply to those lands in the geographic 
Township of Big wood in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being part 
of Lot 2 in Concession III, designated as Part 1 on Plan 53R-15899 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of 
Sudbury (No. 53). 

Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



12/97 



Dated at Toronto on February 28, 1997. 
12/97 



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O. Reg. 72/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 71/97 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 71/97 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 



Made: February 19, 1997 
Filed: March 4, 1997 

Amending Reg. 313 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Trustee Distribution) 

Note: Regulation 313 has not been amended in 1996 or 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Regulation 313 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 

4. Sections 1 to 3 do not apply to a board of education, a district 
combined separate school board or a county combined separate school 
board for the purposes of the regular elections to be held in 1997 under 
the Municipal Elections Act, 1996. 



12/97 



Remarque : 



pris le 19 février 1997 
déposé le 4 mars 1997 

modifiant le Règl. 313 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Répartition des conseillers scolaires) 

Le Règlement 313 n'a pas été modifié en 1996 ni en 1997. 
Pour les modifications antérieures, voir la Table des 
règlements qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1995. 



1. Le Règlement 313 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990 est modifié par adjonction de l'article suivant : 

4. Les articles 1 à 3 ne s'appliquent pas aux conseils de l'éducation, 
aux conseils fusionnés d'écoles séparées de district ni aux conseils 
fusionnés d'écoles séparées de comté aux fins des élections ordinaires 
qui doivent se tenir en 1997 aux termes de la Loi de 1996 sur les 
élections municipales. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 72/97 

made under the 

ONTARIO COLLEGE OF TEACHERS ACT, 1996 






REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 72/97 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1996 SUR L'ORDRE DES ENSEIGNANTES 

ET DES ENSEIGNANTS DE L'ONTARIO 



Made: February 6, 1997 

Approved: February 26, 1997 

Filed: March 6, 1997 

GENERAL 

Employers 1 Obligation to Submit Fees 

1. In sections 2 to 4, 

"due date" means the date on which the annual membership fee is due 
in any year, as specified in the by-laws; ("date d'échéance") 

"private school" has the same meaning as in subsection 1 (1) of the 
Education Act. ("école privée") 



2. (1) Where, on the due date in any year, a school board employs 
a member, the school board shall, 

(a) deduct the amount of the annual membership fee payable in 
respect of the year by the member from the member's salary; and 



(b) submit the amount of the fee to the College. 

(2) Where, on the due date in any year, the Provincial Schools 
Authority employs a member and the Ministry of Education and 
Training is responsible for paying the member's salary, the Ministry of 
Education and Training shall, 

(a) deduct the amount of the annual membership fee payable in 
respect of the year by the member from the member's salary; and 



(b) submit the amount of the fee to the College. 

(3) Where, on the due date in any year, a private school employs a 
member who contributes to the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, the 
private school shall, 



pris le 6 février 1997 

approuvé le 26 février 1997 

déposé le 6 mars 1997 

DISPOSITIONS GÉNÉRALES 

Obligation des employeurs de verser les cotisations à l'Ordre 

1. Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent aux articles 2 à 4. 

«date d'échéance» La date à laquelle les cotisations annuelles des 
membres sont exigibles pour une année donnée, telle qu'elle est 
précisée dans les règlements administratifs, («due date») 

«école privée» S'entend au sens du paragraphe 1 (1) de la Loi sur 
l'éducation, («private school») 

2. (1) Si, à la date d'échéance fixée pour une année donnée, un 
conseil scolaire emploie un membre, le conseil scolaire : 



a) d'une part, retient sur le salaire du membre le montant de la 
cotisation annuelle que celui-ci est tenu d'acquitter à l'égard de 
l'année en question; 



b) d'autre part, verse le montant de la cotisation à l'Ordre. 



(2) Si, à la date d'échéance fixée pour une année donnée, l'Adminis- 
tration des écoles provinciales emploie un membre et que le ministère 
de l'Éducation et de la Formation est chargé de lui verser son salaire, le 
ministère : 

a) d'une part, retient sur le salaire du membre le montant de la 
cotisation annuelle que celui-ci est tenu d'acquitter à l'égard de 
l'année en question; 

b) d'autre part, verse le montant de la cotisation à l'Ordre. 

(3) Si, à la date d'échéance fixée pour une année donnée, une école 
privée emploie un membre qui cotise au Régime de retraite des 
enseignantes et des enseignants de l'Ontario, l'école privée : 






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(a) deduct the amount of the annual membership fee payable in 
respect of the year by the member from the member's salary; and 

(b) submit the amount of the fee to the College. 

(4) Subsection (3) applies only if the private school has received 
notice that the member contributes to the Ontario Teachers' Pension 
Plan. 

(5) The amounts referred to in subsections (1) to (3) shall be 
submitted no later than 35 days after the due date. 

(6) The amount may be submitted by cheque or by any other means 
approved by the Registrar. 

(7) When submitting an amount under this section, the school 
board, the Ministry of Education and Training or the private school, as 
the case may be, shall provide the Registrar with sufficient information 
to identify the member on whose behalf the amount is submitted. 



(8) The Registrar may issue directions respecting the content and 
form of the information to be provided under subsection (7). 



3. At the written request, made before the due date, of a school 
board, the Ministry of Education and Training or a private school, as the 
case may be, the Registrar may extend the period specified in 
subsection 2 (5), if the Registrar is of the opinion that the extension is 
warranted because of exceptional circumstances. 

4. (1) A school board, the Ministry of Education and Training or a 
private school, as the case may be, shall pay interest on any amount in 
arrears, from the day the amount was required to be submitted under 
section 2 or, where applicable, section 3, to the day before the day on 
which the payment is made. 

(2) The interest shall be calculated at the bank prime rate plus 4 per 
cent per year. 

(3) In subsection (2), 

"bank prime rate" means the prime rate quoted by the College's bank 
of record on the day the payment was due. 

Quorum at Council Meetings 

5. Sixteen members of the Council, at least four of whom shall be 
persons appointed to the Council under clause 4 (2) (b) of the Act, 
constitute a quorum of the Council. 

Disqualification of Council Members 

6. ( 1 ) The Council shall disqualify an elected member of the Council 
from sitting on the Council if the member, 

(a) is found by the Discipline Committee to be guilty of professional 
misconduct or to be incompetent; 

(b) is found by the Fitness to Practise Committee to be 
incapacitated; 

(c) fails, without cause, to attend three consecutive meetings of the 
Council; 

(d) fails, without cause, to attend half the meetings of the Council in 
any 12-month period; 

(e) fails, without cause, to attend three consecutive meetings of a 
committee of which he or she is a member; 

(0 fails, without cause, to attend a hearing of a panel of a committee 
for which he or she has been selected; or 

(g) fails or ceases to meet the criteria set out in the regulations for 
eligibility to be nominated for the position for which the member 



a) d'une part, retient sur le salaire du membre le montant de la 
cotisation annuelle que celui-ci est tenu d'acquitter à l'égard de 
l'année en question; 

b) d'autre part, verse le montant de la cotisation à l'Ordre. 

(4) Le paragraphe (3) ne s'applique que si l'école privée a été avisée 
du fait que le membre cotise au Régime de retraite des enseignantes et 
des enseignants de l'Ontario. 

(5) Les montants visés aux paragraphes (1) à (3) sont versés au plus 
tard 35 jours après la date d'échéance. 

(6) Les montants peuvent être versés par chèque ou par tout autre 
moyen approuvé par le registrateur. 

(7) Lorsqu'il verse un montant aux termes du présent article, le 
conseil scolaire, le ministère de l'Éducation et de la Formation ou 
l'école privée, selon le cas, fournit au registrateur des renseignements 
suffisants pour permettre l'identification du membre au nom duquel le 
montant est versé. 

(8) Le registrateur peut donner des directives relativement au 
contenu et à la forme des renseignements devant être fournis aux termes 
du paragraphe (7). 

3. Sur demande écrite présentée avant la date d'échéance par un 
conseil scolaire, le ministère de l'Éducation et de la Formation ou une 
école privée, selon le cas, le registrateur peut proroger le délai imparti 
au paragraphe 2 (5) s'il est d'avis que des circonstances exceptionnelles 
le justifient. 

4. (1) Un conseil scolaire, le ministère de l'Éducation et de la 
Formation ou une école privée, selon le cas, paie des intérêts sur les 
montants arriérés à compter du jour où ceux-ci devaient être versés aux 
termes de l'article 2 ou, le cas échéant, de l'article 3 jusqu'au jour 
précédant celui où ils sont acquittés. 

(2) Les intérêts sont calculés au taux d'intérêt préférentiel, majoré de 
4 pour cent par an. 

(3) La définition qui suit s'applique au paragraphe (2). 

«taux d'intérêt préférentiel» Le taux préférentiel indiqué par la banque 
désignée de l'Ordre le jour où le paiement était exigible. 

Quorum aux réunions du conseil 

5. Seize membres du conseil, dont au moins quatre sont des 
personnes nommées au conseil aux termes de l'alinéa 4 (2) b) de la Loi, 
constituent le quorum du conseil. 

Inaptitude des membres du conseil à siéger 

6. (1) Le conseil déclare un de ses membres élus inapte à siéger au 
conseil si le membre, selon le cas : 

a) est déclaré coupable d'une faute professionnelle ou incompétent 
par le comité de discipline; 

b) est déclaré frappé d'incapacité par le comité d'aptitude 
professionnelle; 

c) omet, sans raison, d'assister à trois réunions consécutives du 
conseil; 

d) omet, sans raison, d'assister à la moitié des réunions du conseil 
au cours de toute période de 12 mois; 

e) omet, sans raison, d'assister à trois réunions consécutives d'un 
comité dont il fait partie; 

omet, sans raison, d'assister à une audience d'un sous-comité 
d'un comité pour lequel il a été choisi; 

g) omet ou cesse de satisfaire aux critères de mise en candidature 
pour le poste pour lequel il a été élu, qui sont énoncés dans les 



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was elected, as those regulations read on the day the member was 
declared elected. 

(2) An elected member of the Council who is disqualified from sit- 
ting on the Council ceases to be a member of the Council. 

(3) An elected member of the Council who is the subject of a pro- 
ceeding before the Discipline Committee or the Fitness to Practise 
Committee as a result of a referral under section 26 or 29 of the Act is 
suspended from his or her office as member of the Council pending the 
outcome of the proceeding. 

(4) A person who is suspended under subsection (3) from his or her 
office as member of the Council shall not participate in any meeting or 
other proceeding of the Council. 

Vacancies on Council 

7. (1) For the purposes of this Regulation, the seat of an elected 
member of the Council becomes vacant if the member dies, resigns or 
is disqualified from sitting on the Council. 

(2) For the purposes of this Regulation, the resignation of an elected 
member of the Council is effective when received by the Registrar, the 
chair or the vice-chair. 

8. (1) If the seat of an elected member of the Council becomes 
vacant not more than six months before the expiry of the member's term 
of office, the Council may leave the seat vacant or may fill the vacated 
position by appointment. 

(2) If the Council chooses to fill the vacated position by appoint- 
ment, it shall appoint the person who had the most votes of all the 
unsuccessful candidates for the position in the last Council election, not 
including those persons who, as of the date of the appointment, 

(a) are not willing to fill the vacancy; or 

(b) do not meet the criteria set out in the regulations for eligibility 
to be nominated for the position, as those regulations read on the 
day the member was declared elected. 

(3) If no person can be appointed in accordance with subsection (2), 
the Council may fill the vacated position by appointing any person who, 
as of the date of the appointment, is willing to fill the vacancy and meets 
the criteria set out in the regulations for eligibility to be nominated for 
the position, as those regulations read on the day the member was 
declared elected. 

(4) The Council shall make its determination under subsection (1) 
as soon as reasonably possible and, if the Council decides to fill the va- 
cated position, the Council shall do so as soon as reasonably possible. 

9. (1) If the seat of an elected member of the Council becomes 
vacant more than six months before the expiry of the member's term of 
office, the Council shall fill the vacated position by appointing the 
person who had the most votes of all the unsuccessful candidates for the 
position in the last Council election, not including those persons who, 
as of the date of the appointment, 

(a) are not willing to fill the vacancy; or 

(b) do not meet the criteria set out in the regulations for eligibility 
to be nominated for the position, as those regulations read on the 
day the member was declared elected. 

(2) If no person can be appointed in accordance with subsection (1), 
the Council shall fill the vacated position by appointing any person 
who, as of the date of the appointment, is willing to fill the vacancy and 
meets the criteria set out in the regulations for eligibility to be nomina- 
ted for the position, as those regulations read on the day the member 
was declared elected. 

(3) The Council shall fill the vacated position as soon as reasonably 
possible. 



règlements, tels que ceux-ci existaient le jour où il a été déclaré 
élu. 

(2) Le membre élu du conseil qui est déclaré inapte à siéger au con- 
seil perd sa qualité de membre du conseil. 

(3) Le membre élu du conseil qui fait l'objet d'une instance devant 
le comité de discipline ou le comité d'aptitude professionnelle par suite 
d'un renvoi effectué en vertu de l'article 26 ou 29 de la Loi est suspendu 
de sa charge de membre du conseil en attendant l'issue de l'instance. 



(4) La personne qui est suspendue de sa charge de membre du con- 
seil aux termes du paragraphe (3) ne doit pas participer à quelque 
réunion ou autre instance que ce soit du conseil. 

Vacances au sein du conseil 

7. (1) Pour l'application du présent règlement, le siège d'un membre 
élu du conseil devient vacant si le membre décède, démissionne ou est 
déclaré inapte à siéger au conseil. 

(2) Pour l'application du présent règlement, la démission d'un mem- 
bre élu du conseil prend effet dès que le registrateur, le président ou le 
vice-président la reçoit. 

8. (1) Si le siège d'un membre élu du conseil devient vacant au plus 
six mois avant l'expiration du mandat du membre, le conseil peut laisser 
le siège vacant ou combler la vacance par voie de nomination. 



(2) Si le conseil décide de combler la vacance par voie de nomina- 
tion, il nomme la personne qui a obtenu le plus grand nombre de voix 
parmi les candidats au poste non retenus lors de la dernière élection du 
conseil, à l'exception des personnes qui, à la date de la nomination : 

a) soit ne souhaitent pas combler la vacance; 

b) soit ne satisfont pas aux critères de mise en candidature pour le 
poste, énoncés dans les règlements, tels que ceux-ci existaient le 
jour où le membre a été déclaré élu. 

(3) Si aucune personne ne peut être nommée conformément au para- 
graphe (2), le conseil peut combler la vacance en nommant toute per- 
sonne qui, à la date de la nomination, souhaite combler la vacance et sa- 
tisfait aux critères de mise en candidature pour le poste, énoncés dans 
les règlements, tels que ceux-ci existaient le jour où le membre a été dé- 
claré élu. 

(4) Le conseil prend sa décision en vertu du paragraphe (1) dans les 
meilleurs délais raisonnables et, s'il décide de combler la vacance, il le 
fait dans les meilleurs délais raisonnables. 

9. (1) Si le siège d'un membre élu du conseil devient vacant plus de 
six mois avant l'expiration du mandat du membre, le conseil comble la 
vacance en nommant la personne qui a obtenu le plus grand nombre de 
voix parmi les candidats au poste non retenus lors de la dernière élection 
du conseil, à l'exception des personnes qui, à la date de la nomination : 

a) soit ne souhaitent pas combler la vacance; 

b) soit ne satisfont pas aux critères de mise en candidature pour le 
poste, énoncés dans les règlements, tels que ceux-ci existaient le 
jour où le membre a été déclaré élu. 

(2) Si aucune personne ne peut être nommée conformément au para- 
graphe (1), le conseil comble la vacance en nommant toute personne 
qui, à la date de la nomination, souhaite combler la vacance et satisfait 
aux critères de mise en candidature pour le poste, énoncés dans les rè- 
glements, tels que ceux-ci existaient le jour où le membre a été déclaré 
élu. 

(3) Le conseil comble la vacance dans les meilleurs délais raison- 
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10. Within 10 days of a vacancy to which section 8 or 9 applies 
arising, the Registrar shall, 

(a) notify the members of the Council that the vacancy has arisen; 

(b) provide the members of the Council with the information that 
they need in order to be able to fill the vacancy; and 

(c) draw the attention of the Council to its obligation under section 
8 or 9, as the case may be, to act expeditiously. 

11. (1) If the seat of one or more elected Council members becomes 
vacant and no quorum of the Council remains in office, the Registrar 
shall hold an election for the vacant positions and, for the purpose, shall 
adapt the provisions of the regulation that governed the last election to 
the Council, as those provisions read on the last voting day in that 
election, as he or she considers appropriate. 



(2) Where an election is required under this section, the Registrar 
shall, 

(a) within 10 days of the requirement to hold an election arising 
under subsection (1), set a date or time period during which the 
voting will occur; and 

(b) ensure that the election is held as soon as reasonably possible. 



12. A person appointed under section 8 or 9 or elected under section 
1 1 shall hold office until the former Council member's term would have 
expired. 

Statutory Committees 

13. In sections 14 to 18, 
"statutory committee" means, 

(a) the Executive Committee, 

(b) the Investigation Committee, 

(c) the Discipline Committee, 

(d) the Registration Appeals Committee, and 

(e) the Fitness to Practise Committee. 

14. (1) Subject to subsections 25 (1), 27 (1) and 28 (1) of the Act, 
the Council shall determine the number of members to be appointed by 
it to the Investigation Committee, the Discipline Committee and the 
Fitness to Practise Committee. 

(2) The members of a statutory committee to be appointed by the 
Council shall be appointed as soon as reasonably possible. 

(3) A person appointed to a statutory committee shall continue to be 
a member of the committee until the first meeting of the next Council. 

(4) Subject to subsection 20 (1), the Council shall appoint a chair for 
each statutory committee, from among the members appointed to the 
committee. 

(5) Subject to subsection 20 (2), a statutory committee shall elect a 
vice-chair from among its members. 

(6) In the absence of the chair of a statutory committee, the 
vice-chair shall temporarily act as and have all the powers of the chair. 



(7) In the absence of the chair and vice-chair of a statutory 
committee, the committee shall elect a person from among its members 
to temporarily act as and have all the powers of the chair. 



(8) The chair of a statutory committee may vote at meetings of the 
committee. 



10. Au plus tard 10 jours après que survient une vacance à laquelle 
s'applique l'article 8 ou 9, le registrateur prend les mesures suivantes : 

a) il avise les membres du conseil de la vacance; 

b) il fournit aux membres du conseil les renseignements dont ils ont 
besoin pour pouvoir combler la vacance; 

c) il attire l'attention du conseil sur l'obligation d'agir avec célérité 
à laquelle il est tenu aux termes de l'article 8 ou 9, selon le cas. 

11. (1) Si le siège d'un ou de plusieurs membres élus du conseil 
devient vacant et que les membres du conseil qui restent en fonction ne 
constituent plus le quorum, le registrateur tient une élection pour 
combler les vacances et, à cette fin, adapte de la manière qu'il estime 
appropriée les dispositions du règlement régissant la dernière élection 
au conseil, telles que celles-ci existaient le dernier jour du scrutin lors 
de cette élection. 

(2) Si le présent article exige la tenue d'une élection, le registrateur : 



a) d'une part, au plus tard 10 jours après que naît l'obligation de 
tenir une élection aux termes du paragraphe (1), fixe la date à 
laquelle ou la période durant laquelle se tiendra le scrutin; 

b) d'autre part, veille à ce que l'élection soit tenue dans les meil- 
leurs délais raisonnables. 

12. La personne nommée aux termes de l'article 8 ou 9 ou élue aux 
termes de l'article 11 occupe sa charge jusqu'à la date à laquelle le 
mandat du membre du conseil qu'elle remplace aurait expiré. 

Comités prévus par la Loi 

13. La définition qui suit s'applique aux articles 14 à 18. 
«comité prévu par la Loi» S'entend : 

a) du bureau; 

b) du comité d'enquête; 

c) du comité de discipline; 

d) du comité d'appel des inscriptions; 

e) du comité d'aptitude professionnelle. 

14. (1) Sous réserve des paragraphes 25 (1), 27 (1) et 28 (1) de la 
Loi, le conseil fixe le nombre de membres qu'il doit nommer au comité 
d'enquête, au comité de discipline et au comité d'aptitude profession- 
nelle. 

(2) Les membres d'un comité prévu par la Loi que doit nommer le 
conseil sont nommés dans les meilleurs délais raisonnables. 

(3) Les personnes nommées à un comité prévu par la Loi continuent 
d'en être membres jusqu'à la première réunion du prochain conseil. 

(4) Sous réserve du paragraphe 20 (1), le conseil nomme, pour 
chaque comité prévu par la Loi, un président qui est choisi parmi les 
membres nommés au comité. 

(5) Sous réserve du paragraphe 20 (2), un comité prévu par la Loi élit 
son vice-président parmi ses membres. 

(6) En l'absence du président d'un comité prévu par la Loi, le vice- 
président agit temporairement à titre de président et est investi de tous 
les pouvoirs du président. 

(7) En l'absence du président et du vice-président d'un comité prévu 
par la Loi, le comité élit une personne parmi ses membres pour agir tem- 
porairement à titre de président et être investie de tous les pouvoirs du 
président. 

(8) Le président d'un comité prévu par la Loi peut voter aux réunions 
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15. (1) Subject to subsection (4), a quorum of the Investigation 
Committee, the Discipline Committee or the Fitness to Practise 
Committee is a majority of the number of positions on the committee, 
as determined under subsection 14 (1), whether or not one or more of 
the positions is vacant. 

(2) Subject to subsection (4), a quorum of the Registration Appeals 
Committee is three. 

(3) Subject to subsection (4), a quorum of the Executive Committee 
is four. 

(4) A quorum of a statutory committee is not constituted unless at 
least one of the members of the committee participating in the meeting 
is a person appointed to the Council under clause 4 (2) (b) of the Act. 

16. (1) The seat of a member of a statutory committee becomes 
vacant if the member dies, resigns from the committee, resigns from the 
Council or is disqualified from sitting on the Council. 

(2) For the purposes of this Regulation, the resignation of a member 
of a statutory committee from the committee is effective when received 
by the Registrar or the chair of the committee. 

(3) If the seat of a member of a statutory committee becomes vacant, 
the Executive Committee shall, as soon as reasonably possible, appoint 
a member of the Council to fill the vacancy. 

(4) Subsection (3) does not apply to vacancies on the Executive 
Committee. 

(5) If the seat of a member of the Executive Committee becomes 
vacant, the Council shall, as soon as reasonably possible, appoint one 
of its members to fill the vacancy. 

(6) In filling a vacancy under this section, the Executive Committee 
or Council, as the case may be, shall ensure that the requirements of 
subsections 25 (2), 27 (2) and 28 (2) of the Act and of section 19 and 
subsections 23 (2) and (3) of this Regulation are complied with. 



(7) Within 10 days of a vacancy to which subsection (3) or (5) 
applies arising, the Registrar shall, 



(a) notify the members of the Executive Committee or the Council, 
as the case may be, that the vacancy has arisen; 

(b) provide the members of the Executive Committee or the 
Council, as the case may be, with the information that they need 
in order to be able to fill the vacancy; and 

(c) draw the attention of the Executive Committee or the Council, as 
the case may be, to its obligation under this section to act 
expeditiously. 

(8) A person appointed under this section shall hold office until the 
former committee member's term would have expired. 



(9) A person who is suspended under subsection 6 (3) from his or 
her office as member of the Council is also suspended from his or her 
office as member of a statutory committee. 

(10) A person who is suspended under subsection (9) from his or her 
office as member of a committee shall not participate in any meeting or 
other proceeding of the committee or of a panel of the committee. 



17. (1) Each statutory committee shall meet at least once a year. 

(2) Each statutory committee shall meet, 
(a) when requested by its chair; 



15. (1) Sous réserve du paragraphe (4), le quorum du comité 
d'enquête, du comité de discipline ou du comité d'aptitude 
professionnelle est constitué de la majorité du nombre de postes au sein 
du comité, tel qu'il est fixé aux termes du paragraphe 14(1), même si un 
ou plusieurs des postes sont vacants. 

(2) Sous réserve du paragraphe (4), le quorum du comité d'appel des 
inscriptions est constitué de trois membres. 

(3) Sous réserve du paragraphe (4), le quorum du bureau est 
constitué de quatre membres. 

(4) Le quorum d'un comité prévu par la Loi n'est constitué que si au 
moins un des membres du comité qui participent à la réunion est une 
personne nommée au conseil aux termes de l'alinéa 4 (2) b) de la Loi. 

16. (1) Le siège d'un membre d'un comité prévu par la Loi devient 
vacant si le membre décède, démissionne du comité ou du conseil ou est 
déclaré inapte à siéger au conseil. 

(2) Pour l'application du présent règlement, la démission d'un 
membre d'un comité prévu par la Loi de ce comité prend effet dès que 
le registrateur ou le président du comité la reçoit. 

(3) Si le siège d'un membre d'un comité prévu par la Loi devient 
vacant, le bureau nomme, dans les meilleurs délais raisonnables, un 
membre du conseil pour combler la vacance. 

(4) Le paragraphe (3) ne s'applique pas aux vacances au sein du 
bureau. 

(5) Si le siège d'un membre du bureau devient vacant, le conseil 
nomme, dans les meilleurs délais raisonnables, un de ses membres pour 
combler la vacance. 

(6) Lorsqu'il comble une vacance aux termes du présent article, le 
bureau ou le conseil, selon le cas, veille à ce qu'il soit satisfait aux 
exigences des paragraphes 25 (2), 27 (2) et 28 (2) de la Loi ainsi qu'à 
celles de l'article 19 et des paragraphes 23 (2) et (3) du présent 
règlement. 

(7) Au plus tard 10 jours après que survient une vacance à laquelle 
s'applique le paragraphe (3) ou (5), le registrateur prend les mesures 
suivantes : 

a) il avise les membres du bureau ou du conseil, selon le cas, de la 
vacance; 

b) il fournit aux membres du bureau ou du conseil, selon le cas, les 
renseignements dont ils ont besoin pour pouvoir combler la 
vacance; 

c) il attire l'attention du bureau ou du conseil, selon le cas, sur 
l'obligation d'agir avec célérité à laquelle l'un et l'autre sont 
tenus aux termes du présent article. 

(8) La personne nommée aux termes du présent article occupe sa 
charge jusqu'à la date à laquelle le mandat du membre du comité qu'elle 
remplace aurait expiré. 

(9) La personne qui est suspendue de sa charge de membre du 
conseil aux termes du paragraphe 6 (3) est également suspendue de sa 
charge de membre d'un comité prévu par la Loi. 

(10) La personne qui est suspendue de sa charge de membre d'un 
comité aux termes du paragraphe (9) ne doit pas participer à quelque 
réunion ou autre instance que ce soit du comité ou d'un sous-comité de 
celui-ci. 

17. (1) Chaque comité prévu par la Loi se réunit au moins une fois 
par an. 

(2) Chaque comité prévu par la Loi se réunit, selon le cas : 

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(b) when requested in writing signed by a sufficient number of 
members to constitute a quorum under section IS; 

(c) when requested by the Council; or 

(d) when requested by the Executive Committee. 

18. (1) A meeting of a statutory committee may be held by any 
means that permits every person participating in the meeting to 
communicate with each other simultaneously. 

(2) The chair of a statutory committee shall ensure that minutes are, 

(a) taken at each meeting; 

(b) reviewed and approved at the meeting following the one at 
which they are taken; and 

(c) signed by the chair after approval. 

(3) Subsections ( 1 ) and (2) apply with necessary modifications to a 
meeting of a panel of a statutory committee. 



(4) This section does not apply to a hearing of a statutory committee 
or of a panel of a statutory committee. 

Executive Committee 

19. (1) The Council shall appoint the chairs of the following 
committees as members of the Executive Committee: 

1. The Fitness to Practise Committee. 

2. The Discipline Committee. 

3. The Registration Appeals Committee. 

4. The Investigation Committee. 

5. The Standards of Practice and Education Committee. 

6. The Finance Committee. 

7. The Accreditation Committee. 

(2) The Council shall also appoint the chair and vice-chair of the 
Council as members of the Executive Committee, where they are not 
appointed under subsection (1). 

(3) The Council shall appoint additional members to the Executive 
Committee in accordance with the following rules, where applicable: 

1. If all the persons appointed under subsections (1) and (2) are 
members of the Council elected under clause 4 (2) (a) of the Act, 
the Council shall appoint two additional persons to the 
Executive Committee, both of whom shall be members of the 
Council appointed under clause 4 (2) (b) of the Act. 

2. If only one of the persons appointed under subsections (1) and 
(2) is a member of the Council appointed under clause 4 (2) (b) 
of the Act, the Council shall appoint one additional person to the 
Executive Committee, who shall be a member of the Council 
appointed under clause 4 (2) (b) of the Act. 

3. If all the persons appointed under subsections (1) and (2) are 
members of the Council appointed under clause 4 (2) (b) of the 
Act, the Council shall appoint two additional persons to the 
Executive Committee, both of whom shall be members of the 
Council elected under clause 4 (2) (a) of the Act. 

4. If only one of the persons appointed under subsections (1) and 
(2) is a member of the Council elected under clause 4 (2) (a) of 
the Act, the Council shall appoint one additional person to the 
Executive Committee, who shall be a member of the Council 
elected under clause 4 (2) (a) of the Act. 



b) sur demande écrite signée par un nombre suffisant de membres 
pour constituer le quorum exigé par l'article 15; 

c) sur demande du conseil; 

d) sur demande du bureau. 

18. (1) Les réunions des comités prévus par la Loi peuvent se tenir 
à l'aide de tout moyen qui permette à tous les participants de 
communiquer entre eux simultanément. 

(2) Le président d'un comité prévu par la Loi veille à ce que le 
procès-verbal : 

a) soit établi lors de chaque réunion; 

b) soit examiné et approuvé à la réunion qui suit celle où il est établi; 

c) soit signé par le président après qu'il a été approuvé. 

(3) Les paragraphes (1) et (2) s'appliquent, avec les adaptations 
nécessaires, aux réunions des sous-comités des comités prévus par la 
Loi. 

(4) Le présent article ne s'applique pas aux audiences des comités 
prévus par la Loi ni à celles de leurs sous-comités. 

Bureau 

19. (1) Le conseil nomme membres du bureau les présidents des 
comités suivants : 

1. Le comité d'aptitude professionnelle. 

2. Le comité de discipline. 

3. Le comité d'appel des inscriptions. 

4. Le comité d'enquête. 

5. Le comité des normes d'exercice de la profession et de la 
formation. 

6. Le comité des finances. 

7. Le comité d'agrément. 

(2) Le conseil nomme également membres du bureau le président et 
le vice-président du conseil, lorsqu'ils ne sont pas nommés aux termes 
du paragraphe (1). 

(3) Le conseil nomme d'autres membres au bureau conformément 
aux règles suivantes, lorsqu'elles s'appliquent : 

1 . Si toutes les personnes nommées aux termes des paragraphes ( 1 ) 
et (2) sont des membres du conseil élus aux termes de l'alinéa 
4 (2) a) de la Loi, le conseil nomme deux autres personnes au 
bureau, qui sont toutes deux des membres du conseil nommés 
aux termes de l'alinéa 4 (2) b) de la Loi. 

2. Si une seule des personnes nommées aux termes des paragraphes 
(1) et (2) est un membre du conseil nommé aux termes de l'alinéa 
4 (2) b) de la Loi, le conseil nomme une autre personne au bureau, 
qui est un membre du conseil nommé aux termes de l'alinéa 
4 (2) b) de la Loi. 

3. Si toutes les personnes nommées aux termes des paragraphes (1) 
et (2) sont des membres du conseil nommés aux termes de 
l'alinéa 4 (2) b) de la Loi, le conseil nomme deux autres 
personnes au bureau, qui sont toutes deux des membres du 
conseil élus aux termes de l'alinéa 4 (2) a) de la Loi. 

4. Si une seule des personnes nommées aux termes des paragraphes 
(1) et (2) est un membre du conseil élu aux termes de l'alinéa 
4 (2) a) de la Loi, le conseil nomme une autre personne au bureau, 
qui est un membre du conseil élu aux termes de l'alinéa 4 (2) a) 
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20. ( 1 ) The chair of the Council shall be the chair of the Executive 
Committee. 

(2) The vice-chair of the Council shall be the vice-chair of the 
Executive Committee. 

Investigation Committee 

21. (1) A complaint to be considered and investigated by the 
Investigation Committee under section 26 of the Act shall be 
considered and investigated by a panel of the Committee selected for 
the purpose by the chair of the Committee from among its members. 



(2) A panel shall be composed of at least three persons. 

(3) The chair of the Committee shall appoint one of the members of 
the panel as its chair. 

(4) A panel may exercise all the powers and carry out all the duties 
of the Committee, with respect to the complaint before the panel. 

Discipline Committee 

22. (1) A hearing on matters directed or referred to the Discipline 
Committee under section 26, 29 or 33 of the Act shall be conducted by 
a panel of the Committee selected for the purpose by the chair of the 
Committee from among its members. 

(2) A panel shall be composed of at least three persons. 

(3) The chair of the Committee shall appoint one of the members of 
the panel as its chair. 

(4) A panel may exercise all the powers and carry out all the duties 
of the Committee, with respect to the matter before the panel. 

(5) If the term of office of a member of a panel who has participated 
in a hearing expires at any time before the hearing has been completed 
or before a decision is given, the term shall be deemed to continue for 
the purpose of participating in the decision. 

Registration Appeals Committee 

23. (1) The Council shall appoint five of its members to the 
Registration Appeals Committee. 

(2) At least two of the members of the Registration Appeals 
Committee shall be persons appointed to the Council under clause 
4 (2) (b) of the Act. 

(3) At least two of the members of the Registration Appeals 
Committee shall be persons elected to the Council under clause 4 (2) (a) 
of the Act. 

24. (1) A request for review under section 21 of the Act or an 
application for variation under section 22 of the Act shall be decided by 
a panel of the Registration Appeals Committee selected for the purpose 
by the chair of the Committee from among its members. 



(2) A panel shall be composed of at least three persons. 

(3) The chair of the Committee shall appoint one of the members of 
the panel as its chair. 

(4) A panel may exercise all the powers and carry out all the duties 
of the Committee, with respect to the matter before the panel. 

(5) If the term of office of a member of a panel who has participated 
in a proceeding expires at any time before the proceeding has been 
completed or before a decision is given, the term shall be deemed to 
continue for the purpose of participating in the decision. 

Fitness to Practise Committee 

25. (1) A hearing on matters directed or referred to the Fitness to 
Practise Committee under section 26, 29 or 33 of the Act shall be 
conducted by a panel of the Committee selected for the purpose by the 
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20. (1) Le président du conseil est le président du bureau. 

(2) Le vice-président du conseil est le vice-président du bureau. 



Comité d 1 enquête 

21. (1) Toute plainte que le comité d'enquête doit étudier et sur 
laquelle il doit faire enquête aux termes de l'article 26 de la Loi est 
confiée à un sous-comité du comité, dont les membres sont choisis à 
cette fin par le président du comité parmi ses membres, pour qu'il étudie 
la plainte et fasse enquête à ce sujet. 

(2) Le sous-comité se compose d'au moins trois personnes. 

(3) Le président du comité nomme un des membres du sous-comité 
à la présidence de celui-ci. 

(4) Le sous-comité peut exercer tous les pouvoirs et fonctions du 
comité à l'égard de la plainte dont il est saisi. 

Comité de discipline 

22. ( 1 ) Toute audience sur des questions adressées ou renvoyées au 
comité de discipline aux termes de l'article 26, 29 ou 33 de la Loi est 
tenue par un sous-comité du comité dont les membres sont choisis à 
cette fin par le président du comité parmi ses membres. 

(2) Le sous-comité se compose d'au moins trois personnes. 

(3) Le président du comité nomme un des membres du sous-comité 
à la présidence de celui-ci. 

(4) Le sous-comité peut exercer tous les pouvoirs et fonctions du 
comité à l'égard de la question dont il est saisi. 

(5) Si le mandat d'un membre d'un sous-comité qui a participé à une 
audience expire avant la fin de l'audience ou avant qu'une décision ne 
soit rendue, il est réputé se poursuivre pour permettre au membre de 
participer à la décision. 

Comité d 1 appel des inscriptions 

23. (1) Le conseil nomme cinq de ses membres au comité d'appel 
des inscriptions. 

(2) Au moins deux des membres du comité d'appel des inscriptions 
sont des personnes nommées au conseil aux termes de l'alinéa 4 (2) b) 
de la Loi. 

(3) Au moins deux des membres du comité d'appel des inscriptions 
sont des personnes élues au conseil aux termes de l'alinéa 4 (2) a) de la 
Loi. 

24. (1) La demande d'examen visée à l'article 21 de la Loi ou la 
demande de modification visée à l'article 22 de la Loi fait l'objet d'une 
décision d'un sous-comité du comité d'appel des inscriptions dont les 
membres sont choisis à cette fin par le président du comité parmi ses 
membres. 

(2) Le sous-comité se compose d'au moins trois personnes. 

(3) Le président du comité nomme un des membres du sous-comité 
à la présidence de celui-ci. 

(4) Le sous-comité peut exercer tous les pouvoirs et fonctions du 
comité à l'égard de la question dont il est saisi. 

(5) Si le mandat d'un membre d'un sous-comité qui a participé à une 
instance expire avant la fin de l'instance ou avant qu'une décision ne 
soit rendue, il est réputé se poursuivre pour permettre au membre de 
participer à la décision. 

Comité D'APTnv»E proh 

25. (1) Toute audience sur des questions adressées ou renvoyées au 
comité d'aptitude professionnelle aux termes de l'article 26, 29 ou 33 de 
la Loi est tenue par un sous-comité du comité dont les membres sont 
choisis à cette fin par le président du comité parmi ses membres. 



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(2) A panel shall be composed of at least three persons. 

(3) The chair of the Committee shall appoint one of the members of 
the panel as its chair. 

(4) A panel may exercise all the powers and carry out all the duties 
of the Committee, with respect to the matter before the panel. 

(5) If the term of office of a member of a panel who has participated 
in a hearing expires at any time before the hearing has been completed 
or before a decision is given, the term shall be deemed to continue for 
the purpose of participating in the decision. 

Designations for Purposes of Section 47 of the Act 

26. The following persons or bodies are designated for the purposes 
of subsection 47 (1) of the Act: 

1 . A private school, as defined in subsection 1 ( 1 ) of the Education 
Act, in respect of which a current notice of intention has been 
filed under section 16 of that Act. 

2. A college of applied arts and technology established under sec- 
tion 5 of the Ministry of Colleges and Universities Act. 



3. An institution specified in the Schedule to the University Foun- 
dations Act, 1992. 

4. The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board. 



5. The Ontario Teachers' Federation. 

6. L'Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco- 
ontariens. 

7. The Federation of Women Teachers' Associations of Ontario. 

8. The Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association. 

9. The Ontario Public School Teachers' Federation. 

10. The Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation. 

The Registrar of the Ontario College of Teachers: 



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(2) Le sous-comité se compose d'au moins trois personnes. 



(3) Le président du comité nomme un des membres du sous-comité 
à la présidence de celui-ci. 

(4) Le sous-comité peut exercer tous les pouvoirs et fonctions du co- 
mité à l'égard de la question dont il est saisi. 

(5) Si le mandat d'un membre d'un sous-comité qui a participé à une 
audience expire avant la fin de l'audience ou avant qu'une décision ne 
soit rendue, il est réputé se poursuivre pour permettre au membre de par- 
ticiper à la décision. 

Désignations pour l'application de l'article 47 de la Loi 

26. Les personnes ou organismes suivants sont désignés pour 
l'application du paragraphe 47 (1) de la Loi : 

1. Les écoles privées, au sens du paragraphe 1 (1) de la Loi sur 
l'éducation, à l'égard desquelles un avis d'intention en vigueur 
a été déposé aux termes de l'article 16 de cette loi. 

2. Les collèges d'arts appliqués et de technologie ouverts en vertu 
de l'article 5 de la Loi sur le ministère des Collèges et Universi- 
tés. 

3. Les établissements précisés à l'annexe de la Loi de 1992 sur les 
fondations universitaires. 

4. Le Conseil du régime de retraite des enseignantes et des ensei- 
gnants de l'Ontario. 

5. La Fédération des enseignantes et des enseignants de l'Ontario. 

6. L'Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco- 
ontariens. 

7. La Fédération des associations des enseignantes de l'Ontario. 

8. L'association appelée The Ontario English Catholic Teachers' 
Association. 

9. La Fédération des enseignantes et des enseignants des écoles pu- 
bliques de l'Ontario. 

10. La Fédération des enseignantes-enseignants des écoles secon- 
daires de l'Ontario. 

Le registrateur de l'Ordre des enseignantes 
et des enseignants de l'ontario : 



Dated at Toronto on February 6, 1997. 
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Margaret Wilson 
Registrar 



Fait à Toronto le 6 février 1997. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 73/97 

made under the 

LOCAL SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

Made: March 4, 1997 
Filed: March 6, 1997 

Amending Reg. 737 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Local Services Boards) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 737 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 153/96, 372/96, 408/% and 34/97. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Regulation 737 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 



Margaret Wilson 
Registrateur 



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42.1 (1) A Local Services Board is established under the name "The 
Local Services Board of Rainbow Country". 

(2) The boundaries of the Board area are those described in the 
Schedule. 

(3) The Board shall be composed of five members. 

(4) The Board may exercise the powers set out in paragraphs 1 to 6 
of the Schedule to the Act. 

(5) The following persons are the first members of the Board and 
shall hold office from October 1, 1996 to September 30, 1997 or until 
a new Board is elected: 

1 . Ron Botan 

2. Gary Clackett 

3. John Gallinger 

4. Helen Wojcik 

5. Gary Wright 

(6) The Local Services Board of McGregor/Bay of Islands and The 
Local Services Board of Willisville and Whitefish Falls and their 
respective Board areas are dissolved under subsection 32 (2) of the Act. 

(7) The assets and liabilities of the Boards specified in subsection (6) 
shall be vested in and assumed by The Local Services Board of Rainbow 
Country. 

(8) The records and files of the Boards specified in subsection (6) 
shall be kept by The Local Services Board of Rainbow Country for at 
least five years from the date of this order. 

Schedule 

FIRSTLY: 

All that tract of land in the geographic Townships of Mongowin, 
Curtin and Merritt, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, described as 
follows: 

Commencing at the northeast corner of the geographic 
Township of Curtin; 

Thence southerly along the east boundary of the said geographic 
Township of Curtin to the southeast corner thereof; 



Thence south astronomically along a part of the west limit of the 
said Indian Reserve 1870.86 metres, more or less; 

Thence west astronomically along a part of the northerly limit of 
said Indian Reserve 2212.85 metres, more or less, to the waters 
edge of north channel of Lake Huron; 

Thence in a general westerly, northerly, easterly, northerly and 
westerly direction following the said waters edge to the west 
boundary of the geographic Township of Mongowin; 

Thence northerly along the said west boundary to the northwest 
corner of the geographic Township of Mongowin; 

Thence easterly along the north boundary of the geographic 
Township of Mongowin to the southwest corner of Lot 7, 
Concession I in the geographic Township of Merritt; 

Thence northerly along the west limits of Lots 7, Concessions I 
and II to the southwest corner of Lot 7, Concession III; 

Thence northerly along the west limit of Lot 7, Concession III 
and its prolongation across Apsey Lake and continuing along the 
said westerly limit to the intersection with the waters edge on the 
southerly shore of Clear Lake; 

thence easterly along the said waters edge to the intersection 
with the northerly limit of the said Concession III; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit to the intersection 
with the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of 
Merritt; 

Thence southerly along the said easterly boundary to the 
southerly limit of the said geographic township being also the 
north boundary of the geographic Township of Mongowin; 

Thence easterly along the north boundary of the geographic 
Townships of Mongowin and Curtin to the point of commence- 
ment; 

Saving and excepting thereout and therefrom lots 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 
11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 23, 29, 32 and 39 as shown on plan 
of the Surrender Portion of the Whitefish River Indian Reserve 
by T.J. Patten, Ontario Land Surveyor, dated March 14, 1921. 

SECONDLY: 

All that tract of land in the Territorial District of Manitoulin and 
Province of Ontario described as follows: 



Thence westerly along the south boundary of the said 
geographic Township of Curtin to the waters edge of Iroquois 
Bay of McGregor Bay; 

Thence in a general westerly, northerly, easterly, northerly and 
westerly direction following the said waters edge to the 
southeast corner of Lot 8, of the subdivision of the surrendered 
portion of the Whitefish River Indian Reserve No. 4; 

Thence south astronomically across Iroquois Bay to the north 
limit of Whitefish River Indian Reserve No. 4; 

Thence south 87° 30' west along the said north limit 1207 
metres, more or less, to the most northwest corner of the said 
Indian Reserve; 



PARCEL 1: 

That part of the Bay of Islands in the North Channel of Lake Huron 
in that territorial district, adjoining the southerly boundary of the 
Townships of McKinnon, Mongowin and Curtin in the Territorial 
District of Sudbury; 

Commencing at the intersection of the meridian of Longitude 
81° 53' West with the waters edge of the northerly shore of the 
Bay; 

Thence in a general easterly direction along that waters edge 
being the southerly shore of the said townships to its intersection 
with the limit between the Townships of Mongowin and Curtin; 



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Thence along that waters edge in a general easterly, southerly 
and westerly direction across the mouth of the Whitefish River 
and around the waters edge along the shore of Moose Point, 
Haystack Harbour and continuing along the waters edge of Birch 
Island and the westerly shore of the La Cloche Peninsula to its 
intersection with the Parallel of Latitude 46° 03' North on the 
easterly shore of the La Cloche Channel; 

Thence west astronomically to the waters edge along the easterly 
shore of Great La Cloche Island at the point of land on the 
northerly side of Jumbo Bay; 



2. Sections 33 and 58 of the Regulation are revoked. 



Chris Hodgson 
Minister of Northern Development and Mines 



Dated at Toronto on March 4, 1997. 



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Thence northerly, easterly and southerly along the waters edge 
on the northerly shore of Great La Cloche Island and the shore 
of Sturgeon Bay to its intersection with the meridian of 
Longitude West; 

Thence north astronomically along that meridian to the point of 
commencement. 



PARCEL 2: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 74/97 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: March 5, 1997 
Filed: March 6, 1997 

ELIGIBLE INVESTMENTS 

General Restriction on Municipal Investment 



That part of Iroquois Bay, McGregor Bay, Baie Fine and Frazer Bay 
of the North Channel of Lake Huron and adjoining the southerly and 
westerly boundaries of the Townships of Curtin and Killarney; 

Commencing at a point on the waters edge of the North Channel 
of Lake Huron at the intersection with the westerly boundary of 
Killarney Provincial Park as regulated; 

Thence easterly, southerly and westerly along the waters edge of 
the North Channel, the East Channel, McGregor Bay and Baie 
Fine to a point on the southerly shore of Baie Fine at the 
northeast corner of Summer Resort Location AE 283; 

Thence South 28° West astronomically, along the easterly limit 
of that Location to a point on the waters edge on the northerly 
shore of Frazer Bay being the southeast corner of that Location; 

Thence easterly, southerly and westerly following the waters 
edge along the northerly, easterly and southerly shores of Frazer 
Bay to its intersection with the Parallel of Latitude 45° 59' 
North; 

Thence west astronomically along that Parallelto a point at the 
waters edge on the west shore of Little La Cloche Island in the 
proximity of Dinner Point; 

Thence northerly, southerly, westerly and easterly following the 
waters edge along the shore of Little La Cloche Island to a point 
at the entrance to the Boat Passage; 

Thence in a straight line across the mouth of the Boat Passage to 
a point at the waters edge on the easterly shore of the La Cloche 
Peninsula; 

Thence northerly, westerly and easterly continuing along the 
waters edge on the easterly shore of the La Cloche Peninsula 
being the westerly shore of McGregor Bay to its intersection 
with the northerly limit of the District of Manitoulin; 

Thence easterly along that northerly limit across the waters of 
Iroquois Bay to its intersection with the waters edge on the 
northerly shore of the North Channel; 

Thence continuing along the waters edge of the North Channel 
to the point of commencement. 



1. A municipality does not have the power to invest under section 
167 of the Act in a security other than a security prescribed under this 
Regulation. 

Prescribed Securities 

2. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of clause 167 (2) 
(a) of the Act, as securities that a municipality may invest in: 

1. Bonds, debentures, promissory notes or other evidence of 
indebtedness issued or guaranteed by, 

i. Canada or a province or territory of Canada, 

ii. an agency of Canada or a province or territory of Canada, 

iii. a country other than Canada, 

iv. a municipality in Canada including the municipality making 
the investment, 

v. a school board or similar entity in Canada, 

vi. a local board as defined in the Municipal Affairs Act (but not 
including a school board or a municipality) or a conserva- 
tion authority established under the Conservation Authori- 
ties Act, or 

vii. the Municipal Finance Authority of British Columbia. 

2. Bonds, debentures, promissory notes or other evidence of 
indebtedness of a corporation if, 

i. the bond, debenture or other evidence of indebtedness is 
secured by the assignment, to a trustee, as defined in the 
Trustee Act, of payments that Canada or a province or 
territory of Canada has agreed to make or is required to make 
under a federal, provincial or territorial statute, and 

ii. the payments referred to in subparagraph i are sufficient to 
meet the amounts payable under the bond, debenture or 
other evidence of indebtedness, including the amounts 
payable at maturity. 

3. Deposit receipts, deposit notes, certificates of deposit or invest- 
ment, acceptances or other similar investment instruments 
issued, guaranteed or endorsed by. 



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ii. a loan corporation or trust corporation registered under the 
Loan and Trust Corporation Act, 

iii. a credit union or league to which the Credit Union and 
Caisses Populaires Act applies, or 

iv. the Province of Ontario Savings Office. 

4. Short term securities, the terms of which provide that the princi- 
pal and interest shall be fully repaid no later than three days after 
the day the investment was made, that are issued by, 

i. the board of governors of a college of applied arts and 
technology established under section 5 of the Ministry of 
Colleges and Universities Act, 

ii. a degree granting institution as authorized under section 3 of 
the Degree Granting Act, or 

iii. a board as defined in the Public Hospitals Act. 

5. Bonds, debentures or other securities issued or guaranteed by 
the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. 

Foreign Countries 1 Securities 

3. A municipality shall not invest in a security issued or guaranteed 
by a country other than Canada unless the country's long term debt 
obligations are rated, at the time the investment is made, 

(a) by Canadian Bond Rating Service Inc. as "AA-" or higher; 

(b) by Dominion Bond Rating Service Limited as "AA(Low)" or 
higher; 

(c) by Moody's Investors Services Inc. as "Aa3" or higher; or 

(d) by Standard and Poor's Inc. as "AA-" or higher. 

Municipality's Own Securities 

4. A municipality shall not invest in securities issued or guaranteed 
by itself if that would result in the outstanding principal of the 
municipality's investments in its own securities exceeding 25 per cent 
of the outstanding principal of all the securities issued or guaranteed by 
the municipality. 

School Purposes 

5. A municipality shall not invest in a security issued or guaranteed 
by a school board or similar entity unless, 

(a) the money raised by issuing the security is to be used for school 
purposes; and 

(b) the security is to be repaid entirely with taxes or charges levied 
on property, with money from the government of Canada or a 
province or territory of Canada or a municipality, or with a 
combination of such taxes, charges and money. 

Type of Currency 

6. (1) A municipality shall not invest in a security that is expressed 
or payable in any currency other than Canadian dollars. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not prevent a municipality from continuing 
an investment, made before this Regulation comes into force, that is 



expressed and payable in the currency of the United States of America 
or the United Kingdom. 

Statement of Investment Policies and Goals 

7. Before a municipality invests in a security prescribed under this 
Regulation, the council of the municipality shall, if it has not already 
done so, adopt a statement of the municipality's investment policies and 
goals. 

Investment Reports 

8. (1) If a municipality has an investment in a security prescribed 
under this Regulation, the council of the municipality shall require the 
treasurer of the municipality to prepare and provide to the council, each 
year or more frequently as specified by the council, an investment 
report. 

(2) The investment report referred to in subsection (1) shall contain, 

(a) for each investment in a security prescribed under this Regu- 
lation, a statement about the performance of the investment dur- 
ing the period covered by the report; and 

(b) such other information that the council may require or that, in the 
opinion of the treasurer, should be included. 

Commencement 

9. This Regulation comes into force on the day section 35 of the 
Better Local Government Act, 1996 conies into force. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 75/97 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: February 27, 1997 
Filed: March 6, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 799/94 
(Debt and Financial Obligation Limits) 



Note: Ontario Regulation 799/94 has not previously been amended. 

1. (1) Subsection 4 (1) of the Ontario Regulation 799/94 is 
amended by inserting "or class of work", after "work" in the first 
line and after "work" in the second line. 

(2) Subsection 4 (3) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or 
class of work" at the end. 

(3) Subsection 4 (5) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(5) The treasurer is not required to include in the update under 
subsection (2) or the calculation under subsection (3) any amounts 
recognized by the treasurer as current expenditures that are, or are 
payable under, any of the following: 

1 . Lease agreements. 

2. Premium notes given for fire insurance. 

3. Arrangements to provide pensions under paragraph 46 of 
section 207 of the Act. 






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4. Grants for retirement allowances under section 98 of the Act. 

5. Agreements for fire protection under paragraph 1 of section 207 
of the Act. 

6. Agreements for area fire protection under clause (c) of para- 
graph 31 of section 210 of the Act. 

7. Agreements under the Police Services Act respecting policing of 
the whole or any part of a municipality by the Ontario Provincial 
Police. 

8. Agreements for sharing the cost of services of officers and 
employees of municipalities or local boards. 

9. Agreements respecting maintenance and repair of boundary 
roads under section 271 of the Act. 

1 0. Agreements respecting homes under the Homes for the Aged and 
Rest Homes Act. 

11. Agreements respecting water supply under paragraph 2 of 
section 207 of the Act. 

12. Agreements respecting the management and operation of 
systems and services under paragraph 5 of section 207 of the 
Act. 



14. Agreements respecting bus franchises under paragraph 103 of 
section 210 of the Act. 

15. Agreements for furnishing public bus transportation under para- 
graph 104 of section 210 of the Act. 

16. Agreements under the Power Corporation Act with Ontario 
Hydro on its behalf or on behalf of Her Majesty in right of 
Ontario. 

17. Agreements respecting matters of employment of officers and 
employees of the municipality or a local board of the municipal- 
ity. 

18. Agreements respecting regional economic development under 
paragraph 59 of section 207 of the Act. 

19. Agreements for insurance and reciprocal contracts of indemnity 
or inter-insurance providing insurance and protection under 
paragraph 3, 50 or 51 of section 207 of the Act, section 252 of 
the Act or section 14 of the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act. 

(4) Subsection 4 (11) of the Regulation Is amended by adding "or 
class of work" at the end. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the day section 29 of the 
Better Local Government Act, 1996 comes into force. 



13. Agreements for watering or oiling highways under paragraph 7 
of section 207 of the Act. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 76/97 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 76/97 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LES MUNICIPALITÉS 



Made: March 5, 1997 
Filed: March 6, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 143/96 

(Powers of the Minister or a Commission for the 

Implementation of a Restructuring Proposal) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 143/96 has been amended by Ontario 
Regulations 389/96 and 557/96. 

1. Section 18 of Ontario Regulation 143/96 is amended by adding 
the following subsection: 

(4) This section does not apply to an order of a commission that 
comes into effect between February 20, 1997 and July 1, 1997, both 
inclusive. 

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pris le 5 mars 1997 
déposé le 6 mars 1997 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 143/96 

(Pouvoirs du ministre ou d'une commission visant la mise 

en œuvre d'une proposition de restructuration) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 143/96 a été modifié par les 
Règlements de l'Ontario 389/96 et 557/96. 

1. L'article 18 du Règlement de l'Ontario 143/96 est modifié par 
adjonction du paragraphe suivant : 

(4) Le présent article ne s'applique pas à l'ordre d'une commission 
qui entre en vigueur entre, inclusivement, le 20 février 1997 et le 
1 er juillet 1997. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 77/97 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: February 27, 1997 
Filed: March 6, 1997 

JOINT INVESTMENTS— DESIGNATION OF 

ADDITIONAL PERSONS UNDER SUBSECTION 

167.4 (2) OF THE ACT 

1. The following are prescribed, for the purposes of subsection 
167.4 (2) of the Act, as persons with whom a municipality may enter 
into joint investment agreements: 



1 . A local board as defined in section 1 of the Municipal Affairs Act 
other than a school board. 



2. An agent of a local board described in paragraph 1 . 

Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on February 27, 1997. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 78/97 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: February 28, 1997 

Approved: March 5, 1997 

Filed: March 6, 1997 



GENERAL LEGISLATIVE GRANTS, 1997 

Definitions 

1. In this Regulation, the following definitions apply for a board for 
the year 1997, 

"assessment" means the sum of, 

(a) the residential and farm assessment as defined in section 248 of 
the Act, and 

(b) the quotient obtained by dividing by 0.85 the commercial 
assessment as defined in section 248 of the Act, 

that is rateable for the purposes of the board; 

"A.E.F. for grant purposes" for a municipality or locality, means the 
assessment equalization factor provided by the Minister for this 
purpose; 

"capital appurtenances" means, 

(a) school sites and additions and improvements thereto, 

(b) school buildings, including permanent fixtures thereof, and 
additions, alterations and renovations to such buildings and 
permanent fixtures, 

(c) buildings that are not school buildings, including permanent 
fixtures thereof, and additions, alterations and renovations to 
such buildings and permanent fixtures, 

(d) vehicles and watercraft used for the transportation of pupils, and 
replacements of such vehicles and watercraft, and 

(e) furniture and equipment and replacements thereof and library 
resource materials for the initial equipping of a library resource 
centre, but excluding there from items referred to in clause (d) 
and permanent fixtures of a building; 

"capital element included in rent", in respect of rental of computer 
equipment for instructional purposes and rental of accommodation 
and school sites, means the total rental revenue or rental expenditure, 
as the case may be, that is in excess of the cost of services that are 
included as part of the rental contract, except that in the case of rental 
of computer equipment or accommodation for instructional 
purposes, the capital element in rent cannot be less than the portion 
designated by the Minister for inclusion in the determination of the 
recognized expenditure of the board; 

"continuing education A.D.E. for grant purposes" means the sum of the 
portion of the average daily enrolment calculated under section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 79/97 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) 
that is in respect of pupils of the board enrolled in a course approved 
by the Minister, 

(a) established for adults for which one or more credits or credit 
equivalents may be granted or in an independent study course 
and, in the case of a separate school board other than a Roman 
Catholic school board, the course is in the intermediate division, 



(b) of citizenship and language instruction for persons admitted to 
Canada as permanent residents under the Immigration Act 
(Canada), 

(c) of English or French as a second language for adults whose first 
language is neither English nor French, or 

(d) of Native language instruction for adults, 
and in the case of, 

(e) a course described in clause (a), except for a pupil enrolled in an 
independent study course, for French-speaking adults in which 
French is the language of instruction, 

(f) a course described in clause (b), (c) or (d), or 

(g) a course described in clause (a), except for a pupil enrolled in an 
independent study course, offered in a secondary school that has 
an enrolment of fewer than 120 pupils per grade and that is 
located in a territorial district more than 80 kilometres from all 
other secondary schools in the Province that have the same 
language of instruction, 

where the number of pupils is fewer than 15, such number shall be 
increased by five or a lesser number, as the case requires, to a 
maximum of 15 for the purpose of calculating the continuing 
education A.D.E. for grant purposes; 

"current cost of operating" means the current expenditure of the board 
less the sum of, 

(a) current expenditure for, 

(i) the capital element included in rent payable, 

(ii) transportation of pupils and persons qualified to be resident 
pupils to and from a school, a facility referred to in 
subsection 190 (3) of the Act or a centre referred to in 
subsection 190 (4) thereof, 

(iii) transportation of pupils from one school to another school 
or a facility referred to in subsection 190 (3) of the Act, 

(iv) board, lodging and weekly transportation of pupils under 
sections 190, 289 and 291 of the Act, 

(v) capital appurtenances, 

(vi) debt charges, other than debt charges in respect of the 
interest payments on debentures issued for operating 
purposes under Part III of the Municipal Affairs Act, 

(vii) tuition fees in respect of resident-external pupils of the 
board, 

(viii) P.A.C. in respect of resident-external pupils of the board, 

(ix) relocation of portable classrooms, 

(x) restoration of destroyed and damaged capital appur- 
tenances, and 

(xi) interest on short-term borrowings for the purchase of capital 
appurtenances, 

(b) the sum of, 

(i) tax adjustments, 

(ii) the costs of performing the duties of a municipal council in 
territory without municipal organization, 



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(iii) provision for a reserve for working funds, 
(iv) provision for a reserve for tax reduction in 1997, 
(v) allocation to reserve funds, 
(c) current revenue from sources other than, 



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in respect of resident-internal pupils of the board other than pupils 
aged 21 or over or pupils enrolled in a junior kindergarten; 

elementary school pupil" means a pupil who is enrolled in a school 
operated by, 



(i) legislative grants except payments under subsections 
17 (2) and 18 (2), section 26, subsections 27 (1) and (4) 
and sections 40 and 41, 

(ii) taxes, payments in lieu of taxes and trailer fees, 

(iii) tuition fees in respect of non-resident pupils of the board, 

(iv) the P.A.C. in respect of non-resident pupils of the board, 

(v) the capital element included in rent receivable, 

(vi) disposal of capital appurtenances, 

(vii) insurance proceeds in respect of capital appurtenances, 

(viii) transfers from other funds, 

(ix) transfers from a reserve for working funds, 

(x) transfer from a reserve for tax reduction, 

(xi) accrued interest on debentures sold at date of sale thereof, 

(xii) interest earned on capital funds, 

(xiii) reimbursements of expenditure for transportation of pupils 
including payments under section 35, 

(xiv) grants, except legislative grants, or other reimbursements 
for capital expenditure from the revenue fund, 

(xv) donations directed in writing by the donor to the purchase of 
a capital appurtenance and so applied, and 

(xvi) fees in respect of continuing education and summer school 
courses and classes, and 

(d) the greater of, 

(i) the sum of the amounts calculated under subclause 28 (a) (i) 
and section 29, and 

(ii) the current expenditure of the board for continuing 
education and summer school courses or classes operated by 
the board; 

"day school A.D.E. of non-resident pupils" means the portion of the 
average daily enrolment calculated under section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 79/97 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that is 
in respect of non-resident pupils of the board other than pupils aged 
21 or over or pupils enrolled in a junior kindergarten; 

"day school A.D.E. of resident-external pupils" means the portion of 
the average daily enrolment calculated under section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 79/97 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that is 
in respect of resident-external pupils of the board other than pupils 
aged 21 or over or pupils enrolled in a junior kindergarten; 

"day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils" means the portion of the 
average daily enrolment calculated under section 2 of Ontario 



(a) a district school area board, a Protestant separate school board, 
a Roman Catholic separate school board other than a Roman 
Catholic school board, or 

(b) a board of education or a Roman Catholic school board for the 
purposes of receiving education in the primary division, junior 
division or first two years of the intermediate division; 

"eligible sum for French as a first language" means the sum of, 

(a) in respect of elementary school pupils, the sum of, 

(i) the product of $291 and the enrolment for a program 
provided in a French-language instructional unit, and 

(ii) where in 1997 the board establishes under section 289 of the 
Act a class in which French is the language of instruction in 
an elementary school where no such class was provided 
prior to September 2, 1974 and such class is approved by the 
Minister for grant purposes, 

(A) $5,400 if the class established in 1997 is the first, 

(B) $3,240 if the class established in 1997 is the second, 

(C) $2, 1 60 if the class established in 1 997 is the third, 
such class in the school, and 

(b) in respect of secondary school pupils, the sum of the products 
obtained by multiplying the enrolment for a program in a subject 
in a class established under section 291 of the Act in which 
French is the language of instruction, by the number of credits 
or credit equivalents that may be granted to a pupil for the 
subject or by, 

(i) $89 in the case of pupils enrolled in the intermediate 
division, or 

(ii) $95 in the case of pupils enrolled in the senior division, 

subject to the limitation that the maximum number of credits or 
courses for which no credit may be granted that may be taken 
into account for the purpose of this clause in respect of any one 
pupil is five; 

"eligible sum for French as a second language" means the sum of, 

(a) in respect of elementary school pupils, the sum of, 

(i) the product of $119 and the enrolment for a program in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not 
French of an average of 20 or more minutes but less than 40 
minutes per school day of instruction in French, 

(ii) the product of $229 and the enrolment for a program in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not 
French of an average of 40 or more minutes but less than 60 
minutes per school day of instruction in French, 

(iii) the product of $260 and the enrolment for a program in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not 
French of an average of 60 or more minutes but less than 1 50 
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(iv) the product of $291 and the enrolment for a program in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not 
French of an average of, 

(A) 150 minutes or more per school day of instruction in 
French, for pupils other than pupils enrolled in junior 
kindergarten or kindergarten, or 

(B) 75 minutes or more per school day of instruction in 
French, for pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten or 
kindergarten, and 

(b) in respect of secondary school pupils, the sum of, 

(i) the products obtained by multiplying the enrolment for a 
program in the subject of French that is established for 
pupils whose first language is not French, by the number of 
credits or credit equivalents that may be granted to a pupil 
for such subject, and by, 

(A) $57 in the case of a subject offered in the intermediate 
division, or 

(B) $75 in the case of a subject offered in the senior 
division, and 

(ii) the products obtained by multiplying the enrolment for a 
program established for pupils whose first language is not 
French and in which a subject other than French is taught in 
the French language, by the number of credits or credit 
equivalents that may be granted to a pupil for such subject, 
and by, 

(A) $94 in the case of a subject offered in the intermediate 
division, or 

(B) $145 in the case of a subject offered in the senior 
division; 

"eligible sum for full-day kindergarten" means the product of, 

(a) the sum of $4,065 and the amounts per pupil that are set out in 
Columns 1 and 1 1 of Table 2 opposite the name of the board in 
Column 1 of Table 2, 

(b) 0.50, and 

(c) the sum of the products of the number of resident-internal and 
non-resident pupils of the board, 

(i) who on the last school day of October, 1996 are enrolled for 
an average of 300 or more minutes per school day in a 
kindergarten operated by the board and 0.6, and 

(ii) who on the last school day of October, 1997 are enrolled for 
an average of 300 or more minutes per school day in a 
kindergarten operated by the board and 0.4; 

"eligible sum for junior kindergarten" means the product of, 

(a) the sum of $4,065 and the amounts per pupil that are set out in 
Columns 10 and 1 1 of Table 2 opposite the name of the board in 
Column 1 of Table 2, and 

(b) the portion of the average daily enrolment calculated under 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 79/97 (Calculation of Average 
Daily Enrolment) that is in respect of resident-internal pupils of 
the board enrolled in a junior kindergarten; 

"eligible sum for Native as a second language" means the sum of, 



(a) in respect of elementary school pupils, the sum of, 

(i) the product of $219 and the enrolment in a Native language 
program of an average of 20 or more minutes but less than 
40 minutes per school day, 

(ii) the product of $389 and the enrolment in a Native language 
program of an average of 40 or more minutes per school day, 
and 

(b) in respect of secondary school pupils, the sum of the products 
obtained by multiplying the enrolment in a Native language 
program by the number of credits or credit equivalents that may 
be granted to a pupil for such program, and by, 

(i) $57 in the case of a program offered in the intermediate 
division, or 

(ii) $75 in the case of a program offered in the senior division; 

"enrolment for a program" means the sum of, 

(a) the product of 0.6 and the number of resident-internal pupils and 
non-resident pupils of the board who on the last school day of 
October, 1996 are registered in the program, other than pupils 
aged 21 or over, and 

(b) the product of 0.4 and the number of resident-internal pupils and 
non-resident pupils of the board who on the last school day of 
October, 1997 are registered in the program, other than pupils 
aged 21 or over; 

"enrolment in a Native language program" means the sum of the 
products of the number of resident-internal pupils and non-resident 
pupils of the board, other than those whose fees are receivable from 
Canada or from a band, council of a band or education authority 
authorized by the Crown in right of Canada to provide education for 
Indians, 

(a) who on the last school day of October, 1 996 are registered in the 
program and 0.6, and 

(b) who on the last school day of October, 1997 are registered in the 
program and 0.4; 

"E.A." means equalized assessment for a board and is equal to the sum 
of the equalized assessment for the municipalities or localities within 
the jurisdiction of the board; 

"equalized assessment for a municipality or locality" means the 
quotient obtained by dividing the product of 100 and the sum of the 
assessment and the equivalent assessment for the municipality or 
locality by the A.E.F. for grant purposes; 

"equivalent assessment for a municipality or locality" means the 
amount of assessment that would yield an amount equal to the sums 
payable or allocated by the municipality or locality to a board in 
respect of, 

(a) the tax levied under subsections 159 (12) and (13) of the 
Municipal Act that is paid or allocated to the board, and 

(b) payments in lieu of taxes, 

if such assessment were levied upon at the rate levied in 19% in 
the municipality or locality for the purposes of the board on 
residential and farm assessment, or such amount as adjusted by 
the Minister; 

"isolate board" means a district school area board, a rural separate 
school board, a combined Roman Catholic separate school board, a 
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"maximum recognized day school O.E." means the amount calculated 
as follows, 

A - ( B x ^ V correct to two places of decimals 
except where R + r is greater than 1 it shall be 1 , and 



where. 



A = the sum of, 

(a) the product of $4,065 and the portion of the day school 
A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils that is in respect of 
elementary school pupils, and 

(b) the product of $4,957 and the portion of the day school 
A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils that is in respect of 
secondary school pupils, 



the excess of, 



(a) 



the total of the salaries, wages and related employee 
benefits that are not payable to teachers and other 
employees of the board because of a strike or lockout, 
other than salaries, wages and employee benefits for 
instruction of summer schools, international languages 
classes and courses referred to in the definition 
"continuing education A.D.E. for grant purposes", 



over, 



■) 



(b) 



the expenditures incurred by the board that are 
approved by the Minister and are attributable to a strike 
or lockout of the employees for which the savings for 
salaries, wages and employee benefits are included in 
clause (a) except a provision for a reserve for tax 
reduction, and 



C = O.E. less tuition fees in respect of resident-external 
pupils of the board; 

"MR" means the standard mill rate for R.O.E. and is equal to 0.01 1627, 
except that in the case of an unextended area board, it is equal to 
0.006447 for elementary school purposes or 0.005 1 80 for secondary 
school purposes; 

"MR1" means the standard mill rate for recognized extraordinary 
expenditure and is equal to 0.000113, except that in the case of an 
unextended area board, it is equal to 0.000073 for elementary school 
purposes or 0.000040 for secondary school purposes; 

"MR2" means the standard mill rate for operating expenditure and is 
equal to 0.000263, except that in the case of an unextended area 
board, it is equal to 0.000159 for elementary school purposes or 
0.000104 for secondary school purposes; 

"non-resident pupil" of a board means a pupil, other than a pupil from 
outside Ontario enrolled at a school under a student exchange 
program approved by the board, who is enrolled at a school operated 
by the board, 

(a) in respect of whom, 

(i) the Minister pays the cost of education, 



(ii) the board charges a fee to another board, 



(iii) the board may charge a fee to Canada, to a board appointed 
under section 68 of the Act or to a source outside Ontario, or 

(iv) the board may charge a fee to a band, the council of a band 
or education authority that is authorized by the Crown in the 
right of Canada to provide education for Indians, 

(b) who is a registered Indian residing on a reserve as defined in the 
Indian Act (Canada), or 

(c) who is a pupil in Canada as a visitor or as a student under the 
Immigration Act (Canada) for whom the board is required under 
subsection 49 (6) of the Act to charge the maximum fee 
calculated in accordance with the regulations; 

"O.E." means ordinary expenditure and is equal to the current cost of 
operating increased by current expenditure for tuition fees in respect 
of resident-external pupils of the board, and reduced by the sum of, 

(a) the eligible sum for French as a first language, the eligible sum 
for French as a second language, the eligible sum for junior 
kindergarten, the eligible sum for full-day kindergarten, the 
eligible sum for Native as a second language, 

(b) cost of education payable under sections 32 to 34 inclusive 
reduced by the RA.C. included in such cost of education, 

(c) current revenue for tuition fees in respect of non-resident pupils 
of the board, 

(d) grants for reduction in class size for grades 1 and 2 determined 
under section 22, 

(e) grants for small schools, small boards, small sections, goods and 
services, compensatory education, declining enrolment, 
language instruction, mixed schools and technical education 
determined under sections 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20 and 25 
respectively, 

(f) assistance for open-access tuition fees determined under section 
39, 

(g) grants providing special compensation for pooling determined 
under section 45, 

(h) grants for French-language equivalency determined under 
section 16, and 

(i) the amount described as A in the calculation of the grant for pay 
equity determined under section 30; 

"payment in lieu of taxes" means, in respect of a municipality, the sum 
of, 

(a) the amounts payable by the municipality to the board under 
subsection 7 (10) of the Housing Development Act, under 
subsection 445 (4) of the Municipal Act and under subsection 
52 (9) of the Power Corporation Act, 

(b) the amount paid by the municipality to the board that is in excess 
of the amount requisitioned by the board and which is in respect 
of an allocation of taxes or payments in lieu of taxes other than 
the amount receivable by the board under section 35 of the 
Assessment Act, 

(c) the amounts receivable by the board from subscriptions in lieu 
of taxes, and 

(d) the amounts payable by the municipality to the board under 
section 2 of the Municipal and School Board Payments 
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"psychiatric facility" means a children's mental health centre 
established or approved under subsection 8 (1) of Part I (Flexible 
Services) of the Child and Family Services Act, or a facility 
designated as a psychiatric facility under the Mental Health Act 
and includes the private hospital known as "The Villa" and located 
in the City of Vaughan; 

"pupil aged 21 and over" means a secondary school pupil enrolled in 
the period from January 1, 1997 to August 31, 1997 who is 21 years 
of age or over as of December 31,1 996, or a secondary school pupil 
enrolled in the period from September 1 , 1 997 to December 31,1 997 
who is 2 1 years of age or over as of December 31,1 997; 

"P. A.C." means the pupil accommodation charge for a pupil and is equal 
to the product of the portion of the average daily enrolment 
calculated under section 2 of Ontario Regulation 79/97 (Calculation 
of Average Daily Enrolment) that is in respect of the pupil and $141 
in the case of an elementary school pupil or $282 in the case of a 
secondary school pupil; 

"R.E.E." means recognized extraordinary expenditure and is equal to 
the sum of, 

(a) debt charges payable by the board or on its behalf by a 
municipality or a county in respect of the portion of a debenture 
approved by the Minister for grant purposes, 

(b) the restoration of the items referred to in clauses (d) and (e) of 
the definition "capital appurtenances" up to the amount of the 
proceeds of insurance in respect of their loss, 

(c) the lesser of, 

(i) expenditure for items referred to in clause (e) of the 
definition "capital appurtenances" less the sum of, 

(A) such expenditure included in clause (b), 

(B) such expenditure eligible for grant under subsection 
27 (3) or section 50, and 

(C) current revenue from donations that is not deducted in 
the determination of current cost of operating under 
subclause (c) (xv) of the definition "current cost of 
operating" except such revenue from donations that is 
applied to expenditure for capital appurtenances that is 
other than expenditure for furniture and equipment 
included in this subclause, and 

(ii) the sum of, 

(A) current revenue from the sale or disposal of items 
referred to in clause (e) of the definition "capital 
appurtenances", 

(B) the product of $20 and the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-internal pupils of the board, 

less the portion of the revenue from the sale or disposal of, and from 
insurance proceeds in respect of, capital appurtenances that is 
designated by the Minister as deductible from R.E.E., 

(d) the portion approved by the Minister for grant purposes of the 
capital element included in rent payable, 



(f) the portion of the expenditure for the relocation of portable 
classrooms that is not in excess of the product of $4,250 and the 
number of relocations approved by the Minister, and 

less the sum of, 

(g) the P.A.C. in respect of non-resident pupils of the board, and 

(h) the portion of the capital element included in rent receivable that 
is designated by the Minister as deductible from R.E.E.; 

"R.O.E." means recognized ordinary expenditure and is equal to the 
lesser of the O.E. and the sum of, 

(a) the maximum recognized day school O.E., 

(b) the teacher qualifications and experience adjustment, 

(c) the recognized tuition fees, and 

(d) the sum of, 

(i) the portion of the expenditure that is approved by the 
Minister for training assistance of designated persons as 
specified in Regulation 312 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 (Training Assistance), and 

(ii) the portion of the salaries, wages and benefits paid by the 
board to designated persons referred to in subclause (i) that 
is approved by the Minister and that is in respect of the 
portion of the designated person's contract time during 1997 
that is specified, in a written agreement between the 
designated person and the board, as being directed towards 
training and released from board-assigned duties; 

"recognized expenditure for instructional computers" means the sum 
of, 

(a) the portion of the expenditure approved by the Minister for the 
purchase or lease of computer hardware for instructional 
purposes, 

(b) the portion of the expenditure approved by the Minister for the 
training of teachers in the use of computer technology for 
instructional purposes, and 

(c) the portion of the expenditure approved by the Minister for the 
purchase of computer software for instructional purposes; 

"recognized tuition fees" means the expenditure for tuition fees less the 
sum of, 

(a) the product of $4,065 in the case of an elementary school pupil 
or $4,957 in the case of a secondary school pupil and the number 
by which the average daily enrolment in respect of 
resident-external pupils of the board is increased for fee 
purposes by the application of factors determined under 
subsection 3 (4) of Ontario Regulation 81/97 (Calculation of 
Fees for Pupils), 

(b) the sum of the amounts that are determined for the board, in 
respect of each of the boards with which the board has the same 
or part of the same area of jurisdiction, calculated as follows, 



(e) the P.A.C. in respect of resident-external pupils of the board, 



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A = the portion of the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-external pupils of the board that is in respect of 
secondary school pupils for whom fees are payable to 
the board that has the same or part of the same area of 
jurisdiction, 

B = the tuition fee charged by the board that has the same or 
part of the same area of jurisdiction as determined 
under clause 3 (1) (c) of Ontario Regulation 81/97 
(Calculation of Fees for Pupils), that is in respect of 
secondary school pupils, and 

C = the sum of $4,957 and the amounts per pupil that are set 
out in Columns 10 and 1 1 of Table 2 opposite the name 
of the board in Column 1 of Table 2 and, where the 
amount is negative, it shall be zero, and 

(c) the product of $2,257 and the portion of the average daily 
enrolment calculated under section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
79/97, (Calculation of Average daily Enrolment) that is in 
respect of resident-external pupils aged 21 or over; 

"resident-external pupil" of a board means a pupil whose fee is payable 
by the board; 

"resident-internal pupil" of a board means a pupil, other than a 
non-resident pupil, who is enrolled at a school operated by the board; 

"secondary school pupil" means a pupil who is enrolled in a school 
operated by, 

(a) a secondary school board, or 

(b) a board of education or a Roman Catholic school board for the 
purposes of receiving education in the last two years of the 
intermediate division or in the senior division; 

"summer school A.D.E. for grant purposes" means the sum of, 

(a) in respect of elementary school pupils, the portion of the average 
daily enrolment calculated under section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 79/97 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that 
is in respect of pupils enrolled in summer schools in a course of 
study for the developmentally delayed and the course is 
approved by the Minister for grant purposes, and 

(b) in respect of secondary school pupils, the portion of the average 
daily enrolment calculated under section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 79/97 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that 
is in respect of pupils enrolled in summer schools in a course for 
which credits or credit equivalents may be granted, and the 
course is approved by the Minister for grant purposes; 

"teacher qualifications and experience adjustment" means the product 
of, 

(a) the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board, 

(b) the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 1 1 of Table 2 
opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2, and 

(c) where a strike or lockout of certain employees of the board 
occurs during the year, the ratio of the O.E. to the sum of the O.E. 
and the excess described as B in the definition "maximum 
recognized day school O.E."; 

"tuition fees" means fees for instruction of pupils, less any RA.C. that 
is included therein in respect of such pupils; 



"unextended area board" means a board that is not entitled to levy both 
elementary and secondary school rates on all its supporters. 

Conditions 

2. ( 1 ) The legislative grant payable for 1 997 to a board other than an 
isolate board or a board appointed under section 68 of the Act shall be 
the sum of the amounts calculated under sections 8 to 45 inclusive and 
section 50. 

(2) The legislative grant payable for 1997 to an isolate board shall be 
the sum of the amounts calculated under sections 32 to 35 inclusive and 
section 47. 

(3) The legislative grant payable for 1997 to a board appointed under 
section 68 of the Act shall be the sum of the amounts calculated under 
sections 32 to 35 inclusive and section 49. 

(4) Calculations under this Regulation shall, unless otherwise 
provided, be made using data for 1997. 

3. For the purposes of this Regulation, The Metropolitan Toronto 
School Board and the boards of education as provided in section 123 of 
the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto Act shall be deemed to be 
one divisional board of education and the area municipalities as 
provided in section 1 of that Act shall be deemed to be one urban 
municipality. 

4. (1) The legislative grant payable to an unextended area board 
shall be calculated separately for elementary school purposes and for 
secondary school purposes. 

(2) The legislative grant payable to a board for elementary school 
purposes shall be applied to elementary school purposes. 

(3) The legislative grant payable to a board for secondary school 
purposes shall be applied to secondary school purposes. 

5. ( 1 ) Where in respect of a board the calculation made to determine 
a legislative grant described under a section of this Regulation results 
in a negative amount, the sum of the amounts calculated as payable 
under the other section or sections of this Regulation shall be reduced 
by the negative amount, and the remainder obtained thereby is the 
legislative grant payable to the board. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), where a board enters into an 
agreement with the Minister to make an equalization contribution for 
1997 under section 257.2 of the Act, the legislative grant payable to the 
board shall not be less than the sum of, 

(a) the product of, 

(i) the amount calculated for the board under section 27, and 

(ii) an estimate approved by the Minister of the average number 
of pupils enrolled on each school day in 1997 in the 
educational programs provided by the board in the facilities 
referred to in section 27 and who, except as to residence, 
would be qualified to be resident pupils of another board, 
divided by the average number of pupils enrolled on each 
school day in 1997 in the educational programs provided by 
the board in the facilities referred to in section 27; 

(b) the product of, 

(i) the amount calculated for the board under sections 32 to 35 
inclusive, and 

(ii) an estimate approved by the Minister of the average number 
of pupils enrolled on each school day in 1997 for whom a 
grant is payable under sections 32 to 35 inclusive and who. 



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except as to residence, would be qualified to be resident 
pupils of another board, divided by the average number of 
pupils enrolled on each school day in 1997 for whom a grant 
is payable under sections 32 to 35 inclusive; and 

(c) the sum of the amounts calculated under section 50 in respect of 
projects approved by the Minister under the Canada-Ontario 
Infrastructure Works Program. 

6. (1) Despite sections 2, 4 and 5, the legislative grant payable for 
1997 to a board referred to in subsection (2) shall not be less than, 

(a) the legislative grant payable to the board for 1996 under Ontario 
Regulation 1 16/96, less the grant payable to the board for 1996 
under section 50 of Ontario Regulation 1 16/96, 

reduced by the lesser of, 

(b) the product of 0.15 and the amount described in clause (a), and 

(c) the product of, 

(i) 0.03, and 

(ii) the result, for elementary and secondary school purposes, 
of, 

(A) taking the current cost of operating for the board for 
1996, 

(B) adding the current expenditures of the board for 1996 
described in subclauses (a) (ii), (iii), (iv) and (vii) of 
the definition of "current cost of operating" in section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 116/96, and 

(C) subtracting the current revenue for tuition fees in 
respect of non-resident pupils of the board for 1996, 
and 

increased by the legislative grant payable to the board for 1997 under 
section 50. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to a board, other than an isolate board or 
a board appointed under section 68 of the Act, where, 

(a) the sum of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils and 
the day school A.D.E. of resident-external pupils for elementary 
and secondary purposes is less than 10,000, or 

(b) the quotient obtained by dividing, 

(i) the excess for elementary and secondary purposes of the 
O.E. of the board for 1996 over its R.O.E. for 1996, 

by, 

(ii) the sum of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils 
and the day school A.D.E. of resident-external pupil for 
1996 for the board for elementary and secondary purposes, 

is less than $500. 

(3) In clause (1) (c) and (2) (b), words and terms have the same 
meaning as in Ontario Regulation 116/96. 

7. ( 1 ) The calculation and payment to a board of the legislative grant 
for the year 1997 shall be made in accordance with the Regulation. 

(2) The legislative grant payable under this Regulation shall be paid 
in the number of instalments and at the times designated by the Minister. 



(3) The legislative grant payable under this Regulation shall be paid 
on an estimated basis during 1997 and such adjustments as may be 
necessary shall be made when the actual financial data and average 
daily enrolments are available. 

(4) Where the portion of the moneys appropriated by the legislature 
for legislative grants to boards for the provincial fiscal year 1997-98 
that is allocated by the Minister to pay the balance owing under a 
regulation in respect of legislative grants for a previous year and the 
instalments payable during the provincial fiscal year 1997-98 under 
this Regulation except this subsection is more than sufficient or 
insufficient for such purposes, the Minister may increase or decrease, 
as the case may be, the total of the legislative grants payable under 
section 8 by the amount of such surplus or insufficiency by adjusting 
the mill rates referred to in the definition "MR". 

(5) It is a condition of the payment to a board of a legislative grant 
that the board comply with the Acts administered by the Minister and 
with the regulations and policy and program initiatives authorized 
under those Acts and, if a board fails to comply, the Minister may 
withhold all or part of a legislative grant payable until the board takes 
the action necessary to correct the condition that caused the grant to be 
withheld. 

(6) Where the legislative grant payable under this Regulation is 
overpaid, the board shall refund the amount of the overpayment to the 
Province of Ontario. 

(7) Where the legislative grant payable under this Regulation is 
underpaid, the amount of the underpayment shall be paid to the board. 

(8) Where the amount payable to a board under a previous regulation 
was either overpaid or underpaid, the overpayment or underpayment, 
as the case may be, shall be deducted from or added to the legislative 
grant payable under this Regulation to the board that has jurisdiction in 
the area for which the adjustment is necessary. 

(9) Where a board is convicted of an offence or is held by a court to 
have contravened an Act, the Minister may exclude from grant 
assistance the expenditure by the board for legal fees payable and fines 
and damage awards imposed in respect of such conviction or 
contravention. 

CATEGORY 1— BASIC PER PUPIL GRANT 
GRANT FOR RECOGNIZED ORDINARY EXPENDITURE 

8. A board shall be paid a grant calculated as follows, 
R.O.E. - (Q x MR x E.A.) 
where, 

Q = the quotient, correct to five places of decimals, obtained by 
dividing R.O.E. by the sum of, 

(a) the maximum recognized day school O.E., 

(b) the amount determined in the definition "maximum 
recognized day school O.E." in respect of the portion 
of the formula therein described as, 



("b^c) 



(c) 



the product of the portion of the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-external pupils of the board that is in respect 
of elementary school pupils and the sum of $4,065 and 
the amount per pupil (bat is set ..... 
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the product of the portion of the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-external pupils of the board that is in respect 
of secondary school pupils and the sum of $4,957 and 
the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 10 of 
Table 2 opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of 
Table 2. 

Category 2— Board Specific Grants 

grant for french as a first language 



= 0.5 if C is less than or equal to 4,000, 

= 0.25 if C is greater than or equal to 14,000, 

= 0.5 x ( \ — Ç_ZL_1l5™"\ correct to two places of 
\ 20,000 /' decimals, if C is greater 

than 4,000 but less than 
14,000, 



9. A board shall be paid, in respect of schools and classes 
established under section 289 or 291 of the Act where French is the 
language of instruction, a grant equal to the eligible sum for French as 
a first language. 

GRANT FOR SMALL SCHOOLS 

10. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of operating small isolated schools, a grant equal to the product 
of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board and the 
amount per pupil that is set out in Column 2 of Table 2 opposite the 
name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. 



C = the portion of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils of the board that is in respect of elementary school 
pupils or secondary school pupils, as the case requires, 

D = the sum of $4,065 for elementary school purposes or 
$4,957 for secondary school purposes as the case requires 
and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 10 of 
Table 2 opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 
2, 



where, 



GRANT FOR SMALL BOARDS 

11. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional administrative 
costs of operating a board with a low enrolment, a grant equal to the 
product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board 
and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 3 of Table 2 opposite 
the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. 

GRANT FOR SMALL SECTIONS 

12. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional administrative 
costs of operating a section with a low enrolment, a grant equal to the 
product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board 
and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 4 of Table 2 opposite 
the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. 

GRANT FOR GOODS AND SERVICES 

13. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of purchasing goods and obtaining services in remote areas, a 
grant equal to the product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils of the board and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 
5 of Table 2 opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. 



ADE.97 means the sum of the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-internal pupils and the day school A.D.E. of non-resident 
pupils that is in respect of elementary school pupils or secondary 
school pupils, as the case requires, 

ADE.96 means the sum of the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-internal pupils and the day school A.D.E. of non-resident 
pupils as defined in Ontario Regulation 116/96 (General 
Legislative Grants, 1996) that is in respect of elementary school 
pupils or secondary school pupils, as the case requires, 

ADE.EB.97 means the amount by which ADE.97 was reduced as a 
result of the transfer of elementary or secondary schools referred to 
in section 40, as N the case requires, 

ADE.ADJ.96 means the product of 1.5 and the amount defined as 
ADE.ADJ.95 in section 15 of Ontario Regulation 116796 (General 
Legislative Grants), and 

where the amount calculated under this section is a negative 
amount, it shall be zero. 



GRANT FOR COMPENSATORY EDUCATION 

14. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of providing compensatory education programs and services, a 
grant equal to the product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils of the board and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 
6 of Table 2 opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. 

GRANT FOR DECLINING ENROLMENT 

15. A board shall be paid, in respect of declining enrolment, a grant 
equal to the sum of the amounts calculated separately in respect of 
elementary school pupils and in respect of secondary school pupils, as 
follows, 



GRANT FOR FRENCH-LANGUAGE EQUIVALENCY 

16. (1) A public French-language board shall be paid a grant in 
respect of equivalency to the public English-language boards that have 
the same or part of the same area of jurisdiction. 

(2) A Roman Catholic French-language board shall be paid a grant 
in respect of equivalency to the Roman Catholic English-language 
boards that have the same or part of the same area of jurisdiction. 

(3) The grant paid to the public or Roman Catholic French-language 
board under subsection (1) or (2) shall be equal to the sum of, 



(A x B x C x D) 



where. 



A / ADE.96 - ADE.ADJ.96 _ , \ 
V ADE.97 + ADE.EB.97 /' 



correct to four 
places of decimals 



(a) the sum of the amounts that are determined in respect of each of 
the public or Roman Catholic English-language boards, as the 
case may be, that have the same or part of the same area of 
jurisdiction as the French-language board, calculated as follows, 



A X B X 



0-1) 



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A = the portion of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils of the French-language board that reside in the 
jurisdiction of the English-language board, 

B = the over-ceiling expenditure per pupil of the English- 
language board, 

E = the quotient obtained by dividing the E.A. for the 
French-language board by the sum of the day school 
A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils and the day school 
A.D.E. of resident-external pupils of the French-lan- 
guage board, and 

F = the quotient obtained by dividing the E.A. for the Eng- 
lish-language board by the sum of the day school A.D.E. 
of resident-internal pupils and the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-external pupils of the English-language board; 
and 



(b) the sum of the amounts that are determined in respect of each of 
the boards that have the same or part of the same area of 
jurisdiction as the French-language board, calculated as follows, 

C x D x (1 - G) 

where, 



C = the portion of the day school A.D.E. of resident-external 
pupils of the French-language board that is in respect of 
secondary school pupils for whom fees are payable to 
the board that has the same or part of the same area of 
jurisdiction as the French-language board, 

D = the lesser of the over-ceiling expenditure per pupil of the 
French-language board or the over- ceiling expenditure 
per pupil of the board that has the same or part of the 
same area of jurisdiction as the French-language board, 
and 

G = the wealth ratio of the French-language board. 



(4) For the purpose of this section, 

"over-ceiling expenditure per pupil" for a board means the quotient 
obtained by dividing, 



(b) the average daily enrolment calculated under section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 79/97 (Calculation of Average Daily 
Enrolment) that is in respect of resident-internal and 
non-resident pupils of the board; 

"public English-language board" means a board but does not include a 
public French-language board, a Roman Catholic English-language 
board, a Roman Catholic French-language board or a Protestant 
separate school board; 

"public French-language board" means a board established under 
subsection 11 (13) of the Act that is not a Roman Catholic 
French-language board; 

"Roman Catholic English-language board" means a separate school 
board but does not include a Roman Catholic French-language 
board; 

"Roman Catholic French-language board" means a board established 
under subsection 11 (13) of the Act, the members of which are 
required to be Roman Catholic; 

"wealth ratio", for a public or Roman Catholic French-language board, 
means the quotient obtained by dividing the amount described as "E" 
for the French-language board by the sum of the amounts that are 
determined in respect of each of the public or Roman Catholic 
English-language boards, as the case may be, that have the same or 
part of the same area of jurisdiction, calculated as follows, 

A X F 
H 



where "A" and "F' have the same meaning as described in 
subsection (3), and 

H = the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the 
French-language board. 

Category 3— Program Specific Grants 

grant for french as a second language 

17. (1) A board shall be paid, in respect of instruction in French in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not French, a grant 
calculated as follows, 



Vioo x 



x MR1 x E 



») 



(a) the current cost of operating of the board, increased by the strike 
savings referred to as item "B" in the definition of "maximum 
recognized day school O.E.", and reduced by the sum of the 
eligible sum for French as a first language, the eligible sum for 
French as a second language, the eligible sum for Native as a 
second language, the eligible sum for full-day kindergarten, the 
amount described as A in the calculation of the grant for pay 
equity under section 30, the grants for declining enrolment, 
reduction in class-size in grades 1 and 2 and special 
compensation for pooling determined under sections 15, 22 and 
45, respectively, and the sum of the amounts calculated for 
elementary school purposes and for secondary school purposes 
equal to the product of the average daily enrolment calculated 
under section 2 of Ontario Regulation 79/97 (Calculation of 
Average Daily Enrolment) that is in respect of resident-internal 
and non-resident pupils of the board and the sum of $4,065 in the 
case of elementary school pupils or $4,957 in the case of 
secondary school pupils and the amounts per pupil that are set 
out in Columns 10 and 11 of Table 2 opposite the name of the 
board in Column 1 of Table 2, 



where, 

A = the eligible sum for French as a second language, 
B = the sum of, 

(a) the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils, and 

(b) the day school A.D.E. of non-resident pupils. 

(2) Where, in 1997, a board offers for the first time in a secondary 
school other than a French-language secondary school or a school 
having a French-language instructional unit, a course for which credit 
may be granted and in which French is the language of instruction for 
pupils whose first language is not French, and the course is in a subject 
other than French or is a special course in the subject of French designed 
for graduates of an elementary school program of extended or 
immersion French, the board shall be paid a grant of $3,374 for each 
such course except that such grant shall not be paid in respect of a 



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course that increases the total number of such courses in a grade at the 
school to more than four. 

GRANT FOR NATIVE AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 

18. (1) A board shall be paid, in respect of Native as a second 
language instruction, a grant calculated as follows, 



-( 



100 x B 



x MR1 x E.A. 



where, 



A = the eligible sum for Native as a second language, 
B = the sum of, 

(i) the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils, and 

(ii) the day school A.D.E. non-resident pupils. 

(2) A board, other than a board that operated a Native as a second 
language program on or before the last school day of September, 1992, 
shall be paid a grant equal to the product of $200 and the number of 
resident-internal and non-resident pupils of the board who on the last 
school day of October, 1997 are registered in a Native as a second 
language program operated by the board. 

GRANT FOR ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION 

19. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of providing language instruction programs in English-language 
schools or classes for pupils whose first language is not English or in 
French-language schools or classes for pupils whose first language is 
not French in order that they may take advantage of regular instruction 
in the school or class, a grant equal to the product of the day school 
A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board and the amount per pupil 
that is set out in Column 7 of Table 2 opposite the name of the board in 
Column 1 of Table 2. 



(2) A board shall be paid, in respect of full-day kindergarten, a grant 
calculated as follows, 



-( 



100 X B 



X MR2 x E.A. I, or zero if such 

calculation is negative 



where, 



A = the eligible sum for full-day kindergarten, 
B = the sum of, 

(a) the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils, and 

(b) the day school A.D.E. of non-resident pupils. 

GRANT FOR REDUCTION IN CLASS-SIZE IN GRADES 1 AND 2 

22. A board shall be paid a grant equal to the sum of, 

(a) the product of 1.5 and the portion of the grant payable to the 
board that is calculated under clause 22 (b) of Ontario 
Regulation 116796 (General Legislative Grants); and 

(b) the product of, 

(i) the number of resident-internal and non-resident pupils of 
the board who, on the last school day of October, 1997 are 
enrolled in the primary division in the first two years of the 
program of studies immediately following kindergarten in a 
class other than a self-contained class for exceptional 
pupils, 

(ii) 0.4, and 

(iii) the lesser of, 

a. $700, and 



b. 



/a__L_ï 

VA 28.2/ 



x $48,200, or zero if such 

calculation is negative 



GRANT FOR MIXED LANGUAGE SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

20. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of providing courses in the minority language of a mixed 
language secondary school, a grant equal to the product of the day 
school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board and the amount 
per pupil that is set out in Column 8 of Table 2 opposite the name of the 
board in Column 1 of Table 2. 

GRANTS FOR JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN AND FULL-DAY KINDERGARTEN 

21. (1) A board shall be paid, in respect of junior kindergarten, a 
grant calculated as follows, 



J00 x B 



x MR2 x E.A.Y or zero if such 

" calculation is negative 



where, 

A 
B 



the eligible sum for junior kindergarten, 
the sum of, 

(a) the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils, and 

(b) the day school A.D.E. of resident-external pupils. 



where, 

A = the average class-size for pupils enrolled in the 
primary division in the first two years of the 
program of studies immediately following 
kindergarten and is calculated by dividing the 
number of pupils determined under subclause (i) by 
the number of regular classroom teachers or 
portions thereof employed and assigned by the 
board to teach pupils described under subclause (i), 
and the calculation so determined is subject to the 
approval of the Minister. 

GRANTS FOR INSTRUCTIONAL COMPUTERS AND 
RECOGNIZED EXTRAORDINARY EXPENDITURE 

23. (1) A board shall be paid, in respect of the provision of 
instructional computers, a grant calculated as follows, 



J00 x B 



x MR1 x E.A 



) 



where, 



recognized expenditure for instructional computers, 

the sum of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils and the day school A.D.E. of non-resident pupils. 



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(2) A board shall be paid, in respect of recognized extraordinary 
expenditure, a grant calculated as follows, 



J00 x B 



X MR1 X E 



,) 



where, 

A 
B 



R.EE, 

the sum of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils and the day school A.D.E. of resident-external 
pupils. 

GRANT FOR PUPIL TRANSPORTATION 



24. A board shall be paid, in respect of the transportation of pupils, 
a grant equal to the lesser of, 

(a) the current expenditure for, 

(i) transportation of pupils and persons qualified to be resident 
pupils to and from a school, a facility referred to in subsec- 
tion 190 (3) of the Act or to a centre referred to in subsection 
190 (4) thereof, 

(ii) transportation of pupils from one school to another school 
or a facility referred to in subsection 190 (3) of the Act, and 

(iii) board, lodging and weekly transportation of pupils under 
sections 190, 289 and 291 of the Act; and 



GRANTS FOR PROGRAMS IN UEU OF PROVINCIAL SERVICES 
FOR BLIND, DEAF OR DEAF-BLIND PUPILS 

26. (1) Where a board provides in its schools a special education 
program in lieu of an education program provided in a provincial school 
for blind, deaf or deaf-blind pupils or other program approved by the 
Minister, the board, subject to the approval of the Minister, shall be paid 
a grant equal to the product of, 

(a) the sum of the number of teachers approved by the Minister and 
one-half of the number of teacher assistants approved by the 
Minister employed by the board for the purpose of providing 
such a special education program; and 

(b) $48,200 in the case of a program for elementary school pupils or 
$55,400 in the case of a program for secondary school pupils. 

(2) Subject to the approval of the Minister, where a board employs 
a qualified interpreter to assist an exceptional pupil who is otherwise 
admissible to a provincial school and who is identified by the board's 
identification placement and review committee, established under 
Regulation 305 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 as deaf or 
hard-of-hearing or employs a qualified transcriber to assist the teacher 
of an exceptional pupil who is identified by the board's identification 
placement and review committee as blind, the board shall be paid a 
grant calculated as follows, 



-( 



100 x B 



X MR2 X EA/ 



or zero if such 
calculation is negative 



where, 



(b) the sum of, 

(i) the amount calculated as follows, 

A x B 
(ii) the amount calculated as follows, 
C — ($8 x B), or zero if such calculation is negative, and 
where, 



A = the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 2 of Table 
3 opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 
3, and 

B = the sum of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils, the day school A.D.E. of resident-external 
pupils and the average daily enrolment calculated 
under section 2 of Ontario Regulation 79/97 
(Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that is in 
respect of resident-internal and resident-external 
pupils enrolled in a junior kindergarten, and 

C = the portion of the current expenditure for transportation 
that is in respect of transportation to and from the 
Ontario School for the Blind, an Ontario School for the 
Deaf or a demonstration school established by or 
operated under an agreement with the Minister for 
pupils with severe communicational exceptionalities. 

GRANT FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION 

25. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of providing technical education programs and services, a grant 
equal to the product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils 
of the board and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 9 of Table 
2 opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. 



A = the sum of, 

(a) the number of interpreters approved by the Minister 
multiplied by $34,000, and 

(b) the number of transcribers approved by the Minister 
multiplied by $28,000, 

B = the sum of, 

(a) the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils, and 

(b) the day school A.D.E. of non-resident pupils. 

GRANTS FOR EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN CARE, TREATMENT 
AND CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES 

27. (1) Where a board employs a teacher to provide an educational 
program in, 

(a) a psychiatric facility; 

(b) an approved charitable institution as defined in the Charitable 
Institutions Act; 

(c) an agency approved under subsection 8 (1) of Part I (Flexible 
Services) of the Child and Family Services Act; 

(d) an approved home as defined in the Homes for Retarded Persons 
Act; 

(e) a place of temporary detention, open custody or secure custody 
continued or established under section 89 of Part IV (Young 
Offenders) of the Child and Family Services Act; 

(f) a home for special care approved or licensed under the Homes 
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(g) a Crippled Children's Treatment Centre classified as a Group K 
Hospital under the Public Hospitals Acv, 

(h) The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto; 

(i) The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Ottawa; 

(j) Bloorview Children's Hospital, Toronto; 

(k) Children's Hospital of Western Ontario, London; 

(1) Lyndhurst Hospital, Toronto; 

(m) a hospital in which an education program is discontinued 
subsequent to December, 1980 as a result of dissolution of a 
board established under section 68 of the Act; 

(n) a nursing home approved or licensed under the Nursing Homes 
Acv, 

(o) a correctional institution as defined in the Ministry of 
Correctional Services Act; 

(p) a place of secure or open custody designated under section 24 of 
the Young Offenders Act (Canada) or place of temporary 
detention designated under subsection 7 (1) of that Act, 

that is situated within the area of jurisdiction of the board and in which 
no education program is provided by the Ministry and the Minister 
approves such education program, the board shall be paid a grant equal 
to, 

(q) the expenditure in 1997 for salary and related employee benefits 
of the teacher and an additional amount not in excess of $2,500 
per teacher in respect of the expenditure of the board for 
administrative, consultative and supervisory services, for 
replacement of furniture and equipment and for the purchase of 
instructional supplies in respect of such program; and 

(r) expenditure in 1997 for salary and related employee benefits of 
a teacher assistant to assist a teacher in the provision of such 
educational program and an additional amount not in excess of 
$1,220 for each such teacher assistant. 

(2) The approval of the Minister referred to in subsection ( 1 ) shall be 
given only where the board has entered into a written agreement with 
the facility, home or institution, or the administrator thereof setting out 
the responsibilities of the facility, home or institution for the provision 
of accommodation and the responsibilities of the board for the 
provision of the education program, including the number of teachers 
that the board agrees to provide. 

(3) Where a board referred to in subsection (1) incurs an expenditure 
for furniture or equipment or both for a classroom for an education 
program referred to in subsection (1), the board shall be paid a grant 
equal to the approved portion of such expenditure, except that the grant 
in respect of furniture and equipment for the classroom shall in no case 
exceed $3,300. 

(4) Where a board enters into a written agreement with a facility or 
hospital referred to in subsection (1), or with the administrator of such 
facility, to provide an educational program that was previously 
provided in the facility or hospital by the Ministry and the Minister 
approves such education program, the Minister may pay the board, in 
lieu of other grants payable under this Regulation in respect of the 
program, an amount equal to the operating cost that is approved by the 
Minister for the program. 



GRANT FOR ADULT EDUCATION, 
CONTINUING EDUCATION AND SUMMER SCHOOL 



28. A board shall be paid, in respect of adult education, continuing 
education and summer school classes and courses, a grant equal the sum 
of, 

(a) the greater of, 

(i) the product of, 

a. $2,257, and 

b. the sum of the continuing education A.D.E. for grant 
purposes and the summer school A.D.E. for grant 
purposes, 

(ii) the product of, 

a. $4,957 

b. the quotient obtained by dividing the grant payable to 
the board under section 8 by the R.O.E., and 

c. the sum calculated in sub-subclause (a) (i) b; 

(b) the product of, 

(i) $2,257, and 

(ii) the portion of the average daily enrolment calculated under 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 79/97 (Calculation of 
Average Daily Enrolment) that is in respect of 
resident-internal and resident-external pupils aged 21 or 
over, and 

(c) the product of 1 .5 and the portion of the grant payable to the 
board that is calculated under clause 28 (c) of Ontario 
Regulation 116796 (General Legislative Grants). 

GRANT FOR INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGES (ELEMENTARY) 

29. Where a board conducts classes that are approved by the 
Minister as part of an international languages program (elementary) in 
a language other than English or French, the board shall be paid a grant 
in respect of each such class that is equal to the product of $41 and the 
number of hours of classroom instruction except that where the quotient 
obtained by dividing the number of elementary school pupils enrolled 
in all such classes conducted by the board by the number of such classes 
is less than 25, the $41 per hour rate is reduced by the product of $1 .00 
and the difference between such quotient and 25. 

GRANT FOR PAY EQUITY 

30. (1) A board shall be paid, in respect of pay equity adjustments, 
a grant equal to the following amount: 



-( 



100 x B 



x MR2 



x E.A. 1, or zero if that 

' amount is negative 



where, 
A = the lesser of, 



i. the sum of the eligible expenditure for pay equity in 1997 
and the eligible expenditure for pay equity that was not 
recognized in 1996, and 

ii. the sum of, 



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(a) the product of $120 and the sum, in respect of 
elementary school pupils, of the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-internal pupils and the day school A.D.E. of 
non-resident pupils of the board, and 

(b) the product of $50 and the sum, in respect of secondary 
school pupils, of the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-internal pupils and the day school A.D.E. of 
non-resident pupils of the board, 

B = the sum of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils and 
the day school A.D.E. of non-resident pupils. 

(2) For the purpose of this section, 

"eligible expenditure for pay equity in 1997" means the sum of, 

(a) the amount by which the board's total expenditures in 1997 for 
adjustments in compensation in accordance with a pay equity 
plan under the Pay Equity Act exceed the board's total 
expenditures in 1996 for adjustments in compensation in 
accordance with a pay equity plan under the Pay Equity Act, and 

(b) the eligible expenditure for pay equity in 1996 as defined in 
section 30 of Ontario Regulation 116/96 (General Legislative 
Grants); 

"eligible expenditure for pay equity that was not recognized in 1996" 
means the amount by which the sum described in paragraph i 
exceeds the sum described in paragraph ii of the definition of A in 
section 30 of Ontario Regulation 116796 (General Legislative 
Grants). 

ASSISTANCE FOR COST OF EDUCATION AND FOR BOARD, 
LODGING AND TRANSPORTATION 

31. (1) For the purpose of sections 32 to 38 inclusive, 

(a) "cost of education" means an amount equal to the fee calculated 
under section 3 or 4, as the case requires, of Ontario Regulation 
81/97 (Calculation of Fees for Pupils); 

(b) "Crown establishment" means an establishment maintained by 
a Department of the Government of Canada, a Crown company, 
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police or Atomic Energy of 
Canada Limited, on lands held by the Crown in right of Canada 
that are not assessable for school purposes, and includes a 
reserve as defined in the Indian Act (Canada); 

(c) "Ontario Government establishment" means an establishment 
maintained by a Ministry of the Government of Ontario on lands 
held by the Crown in right of Ontario or an establishment 
maintained by Ontario Hydro on lands held by it and in respect 
of which no payment attributable to elementary or secondary 
school purposes is made under the provisions of subsection 
52 (9) of the Power Corporation Act. 

(2) For the purposes of sections 32 to 38 inclusive, a person shall be 
considered not to reside in an Ontario Government establishment where 
the person resides in a residence owned by the person on lands that are 
within the Ontario Government establishment. 

32. Where a pupil who is not resident in a Crown Establishment 
resides in a territorial district on land that is not part of a, 

(a) school section and the pupil attends a public school; 

(b) school section or separate school zone and the pupil attends a 
separate school; or 



(c) secondary school district and the pupil attends a secondary 
school, 

operated by a board, the Minister shall pay the board the cost of 
education of the pupil. 

33. Where a pupil, whose parent or guardian resides on land that is 
not rateable for school purposes, resides in an Ontario Government 
establishment and attends a school operated by a board, the Minister 
shall pay the board the cost of education of the pupil. 

34. Where a pupil, 

(a) who is resident within, 

(i) a psychiatric facility, 

(ii) an approved charitable institution as defined in the 
Charitable Institutions Act, 

(iii) an agency approved under subsection 8 (1) of Part I 
(Flexible Services) of the Child and Family Services Act, 

(iv) an approved home as defined in the Homes for Retarded 
Persons Act, 

(v) a home for special care approved or licensed under the 
Homes for Special Care Act, 

(vi) a nursing home approved or licensed under the Nursing 
Homes Act, or 

(vii) a place of secure custody or open custody designated under 
section 24 of the Young Offenders Act (Canada) or place of 
temporary detention designated under subsection 7 (1) of 
that Act; 

(b) who is detained in a place of temporary detention, open custody 
or secure custody continued or established under section 89 of 
Part IV (Young Offenders) of the Child and Family Services Act; 

(c) who is detained in a correctional institution as defined in the 
Ministry of Correctional Services Act; 

(d) who is placed in an approved home as defined in the Mental 
Hospitals Act; or 

(e) who is a ward of the Crown under Part III (Child Protection) of 
the Child and Family Services Act, a ward of a children's aid 
society or in the care of a children's aid society and who has not 
been placed for adoption on a probationary basis, 

attends a day school operated by a board and the pupil is registered as 
a non-resident pupil in respect of whom no fee is receivable from 
Canada under an agreement made pursuant to section 187 or 188 of the 
Act, the Minister shall pay the board the cost of education of the pupil. 

35. ( 1 ) Where a board provides transportation to and from school or 
from school to school for a pupil for whom the Minister pays the cost 
of education, the Minister shall pay the board an amount approved by 
the Minister for grant purposes for transportation of the pupil. 

(2) Where under subsection 190 (9) or (12) of the Act a board 
reimburses a parent or guardian of a pupil for whom the Minister pays 
the cost of education for the cost of board and lodging and 
transportation once a week from the pupil's residence to school and 
return, the Minister shall pay the board an amount approved by the 
Minister for grant purposes of the expenditure in respect of the pupil for 
board, lodging and transportation. 



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521 



36. Where a pupil who is not a resident in a Crown Establishment 
attends a school supported by local taxation in Manitoba or Quebec and 
the pupil resides in a territorial district on land that is not part of, 

(a) a school section or separate school zone and the pupil attends an 
elementary school; or 

(b) a secondary school district and the pupil attends a secondary 
school, 

the Minister shall pay the governing authorities of the school the 
amount agreed upon between the governing authorities of the school 
and the Minister. 

37. Where a pupil, 

(a) resides in a territorial district; 



D = the greater of, 

(i) the amount referred to as C in clause (b) of the 
definition "recognized tuition fees", and 

(ii) the tuition fee that would be charged by the board for 
a non-resident pupil of the board as determined under 
clause 3 (1) (c) of Ontario Regulation 81/97 
(Calculation of Fees for Pupils) that is in respect of 
secondary school pupils, 

and where the amount is negative, it shall be zero. 

(2) A Roman Catholic school board to which subsection 129 (4) of 
the Act applies shall be paid a grant equal to the sum of the amounts that 
are determined in respect of each of the public boards with which the 
board has substantially the same or part of the same area of jurisdiction, 
calculated as follows, 



(b) is resident in a school section, a separate school zone or a Crown 
establishment; and 



A x (B - C) x (1 



I) 
F 



(c) attends an elementary school that is supported by taxation in 
Manitoba or Quebec, 

and, where in the opinion of the Minister, 

(d) daily transportation to the elementary school that the pupil 
would be required to attend in Ontario is impracticable due to 
distance and terrain; and 

(e) the provision of board, lodging and transportation once a week 
is impracticable because of the age or handicap of the pupil, 

the Minister shall pay the governing authorities of the elementary 
school in respect of the education and related costs of such pupil 
amounts agreed upon between the governing authorities of the 
elementary school and the Minister. 

38. Where a pupil, 

(a) resides in a territorial district; 

(b) is not resident in a school section, a separate school zone or a 
Crown establishment; and 

(c) attends a school on a reserve operated by Canada, council of a 
band or education authority authorized by the Crown in right of 
Canada to provide education for Indians, 

the Minister shall pay the governing authorities of the school in respect 
of the education of such pupil an amount agreed upon between the 
governing authorities of the school and the Minister. 

ASSISTANCE FOR OPEN-ACCESS TUITION FEES 

39. (1) A board other than a board referred to in subsection (2) shall 
be paid a grant equal to the sum of the amounts that are determined in 
respect of each of the boards with which the board has substantially the 
same or part of the same area of jurisdiction, calculated as follows, 

A x (B - D) 

where A and B have the same meaning as in clause (b) of the definition 
"recognized tuition fees", and 



where A, B and C have the same meaning as in clause (b) of the 
definition "recognized tuition fees", and 

where, 

E = the quotient obtained by dividing the E.A. for the 
Roman Catholic school board by the day school A.D.E. 
of resident-internal pupils and the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-external pupils of the Roman Catholic school 
board, and 

F = the quotient obtained by dividing the E.A. for the public 
board with which the Roman Catholic school board has 
substantially the same or part of the same area of 
jurisdiction by the sum of the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-internal pupils and the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-external pupils of the public board. 

ASSISTANCE FOR EN BLOC TRANSFER 

40. (1) A public board set out in Column 1 of Table 4 other than a 
board referred to in subsections (2) and (3) shall be paid a grant set out 
opposite in Column 2 of Table 4 in respect of the transfer, as an entire 
educational program, of one or more secondary schools operated by the 
public board to a Roman Catholic school board, by agreement between 
the two boards and the transfer is approved by the Minister, to assist the 
public board in offsetting operating costs in respect of employee 
salaries and benefits and administrative and other expenditures that are 
related to the operation of the school or schools and that could not be 
transferred to the Roman Catholic school board. 

(2) The Middlesex County Board of Education shall be paid a grant 
set out in Column 2 of Table 4 opposite the name of the board in Column 
1 of Table 4 in respect of the transfer, as an entire educational program, 
of one or more schools to the Board of Education for the City of London 
by agreement between the two boards and the transfer is approved by 
the Minister, to assist in offsetting operating costs in respect of 
employee salaries and benefits and administrative and other 
expenditures that related to the operation of the school or schools and 
that could not be transferred to the Board of Education for the City of 
London. 

SECONDARY SCHOOL REORGANIZATION GRANT 

41. Where, on or after January 1, 1993, as a result of the 
reorganization of a French-English mixed language secondary school 



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operated by the board prior to September 1, 1985, a board establishes 
a French-language secondary school under section 291 of the Act, a 
grant, subject to the approval of the Minister, is payable to the board as 
follows, 

(a) where such school commenced operation in 1993, 1994 or 1995, 

(i) $485 per day school pupil enrolled at the school on the last 
day in October of 1997 where such enrolment is 100 or 
fewer, or 

(ii) the lesser of $60,700 and the amount of $42,400 plus $6 1 per 
day school pupil enrolled at the school on the last day in 
October of 1997 where such enrolment is greater than 100; 

(b) where such school commenced operation in 1996, 

(i) $970 per day school pupil enrolled at the school on the last 
day in October of 1997 where such enrolment is 100 or 
fewer, or 

(ii) the lesser of $ 1 2 1 ,400 and the amount of $84,800 plus $ 1 22 
per day school pupil enrolled at the school on the last day in 
October of 1997 where such enrolment is greater than 100; 
and 

(c) where such school commences operation in 1997, 

(i) $ 1 ,455 per day school pupil enrolled at the school on the last 
day in October of 1997 where such enrolment is 100 or 
fewer, or 

(ii) the lesser of $182,100 and the amount of $127,200 plus 
$183 per day school pupil enrolled at the school on the last 
day in October of 1997 where such enrolment is greater than 
100. 

ADJUSTMENT IN RESPECT OF CHANGE IN TAX REVENUE 

42. For the purpose of this section and section 43, 

(a) "equalized assessment for a board for 1996" means equalized 
assessment for a board as defined in Ontario Regulation 1 16/96 
(General Legislative Grants) except that equivalent assessment 
for a municipality or locality shall be calculated using the rate 
levied in 1996 rather than the rate levied in 1995; 

(b) "change in taxation for 19%" for a board is the amount 
calculated as follows, 



x C 



where, 



A = the equalized assessment for the board for 1996 that is 
calculated using, for each organized municipality 
within the jurisdiction of the board, 

I. the assessment for 1996, 

II. the tax levied under subsections 159 (12) and (13) of 
the Municipal Act that is allocated or paid to the board 
in 1996, and 

III. the payment in lieu of taxes for 1996 payable to the 
board, 



as shown in the audited financial report of such municipality for 
1996, 



B = the equalized assessment for the board for 1996, 

C = the amounts the board requisitioned on, or levied or 
caused to be levied in, the municipalities and localities 
within the jurisdiction of the board, 

and the amount calculated may be a positive or negative amount; 

(c) "net adjustment in tax revenue" in respect of a board is 
calculated as follows, 



where, 

A = the change in taxation for 1996 for the board, 

B = taxes receivable in 1996 under section 35 of the 
Assessment Act, 

C = amounts charged to the board by a municipality in 1 996 
under section 421 of the Municipal Act, other than taxes 
receivable in 1996 but cancelled or reduced by 
resolution of the board, or by resolutions of more than 
one board, 

and the amount calculated may be a positive or negative amount; 

(d) "net expenditure for 1996" means, in respect of a board, the 
excess of, 

(i) the sum of the current expenditure for 1996, amounts 
provided in 1996 for reserves and reserve funds, and tax 
adjustments charged to the board in 1996, 



over, 



(ii) current revenue for 1996 including transfers in such year 
from reserves and other funds and excluding current 
revenue from taxes, subscriptions in lieu of taxes, payments 
in lieu of taxes and trailer fees; 

(e) "net recognized expenditure for 1996" means the excess of the 
sum of R.O.E., R.E.E., expenditure approved for capital project 
grants, recognized expenditure for instructional computers, the 
eligible sum for junior kindergarten, the eligible sum for full-day 
kindergarten, the eligible sum for French as a second language 
and the eligible sum for Native as a second language as defined 
in section 1 of Ontario Regulation 116796 (General Legislative 
Grants), the amount described as A in the calculation of the grant 
for pay equity in section 30 of such Regulation taxes receivable 
in 1996 under section 35 of the Assessment Act, and amounts 
charged to the board by a municipality in 1996 under section 421 
of the Municipal Act over the sum of grants payable under 
sections 8, 30 and 50 and subsections 17 (1), 18 (1), 21 (1), 21 
(2), 23 (1) and 23 (2) of such Regulation, as adjusted under 
section 43 thereof. 

43. In respect of a board an amount calculated as follows; 

Axl 



where, 

A = the net adjustment in the tax revenue for the board 
determined under clause 42 (c), 

B = the net recognized expenditure for 1996 for the board 
determined under clause 42 (e), and 

C = the net expenditure for 1996 for the board determined 
under clause 42 (d), 



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shall, 

(a) where the calculation results in a positive amount, be added to 
the grants payable to the board; and 

(b) where the calculation results in a negative amount, be deducted 
from the grants payable to the board. 

ASSISTANCE IN RESPECT OF DEBENTURES 

44. A board shall be paid a grant equal to the sum of, 

(a) the portion acceptable to the Minister in respect of expenditure 
for debt charges on debentures issued by the board, or on its 
behalf, on a secondary school building that is being used jointly 
by a public board and a Roman Catholic school board; and 

(b) the lesser of the amounts determined by the following 
calculations: 

(i) A - (0.000097 x E.A.), or zero if such 

calculation is negative, 
and 



(ii) A 



-( 



B x 100 



x MR1 X E.A. 



or zero if such 
calculation is 
negative, 



where, 

A = A 1 + A 2 - A 3 - A 4 

A 1 = the portion acceptable to the Minister in respect of 
expenditure for debt charges on debentures issued 
by the board, or on its behalf, prior to April 1, 1980 
that is not approved by the Minister for inclusion in 
R.E.E., 

A 2 = in the case of a Roman Catholic school board, the 
portion acceptable to the Minister in respect of 
payments made to a public board or a diocese in 
respect of debt charges on debentures related to a 
lease or purchase of a school building, 

A 3 = the portion of the debt charges included in A 1 that is 
in respect of debt charges described in clause (a), 

A 4 = in the case of a public board, the portion acceptable 
to the Minister in respect of payments received from 
a Roman Catholic school board in respect of debt 
charges on debentures related to a lease or purchase 
of a school building, 

B = day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the 
board. 

SPECIAL COMPENSATION FOR POOLING 

45. A public board set out in Column 1 of Table 1 shall be paid a 
grant in the amount set out opposite in Column 2 of Table 1 in respect 
of the assessment and tax adjustments effected by Ontario Regulations 
123/92 and 124/92. 

GRANT FOR AN ISOLATE BOARD 

46. (1) For the purpose of section 47, 

(a) "local taxation for grant purposes" means the sum of, 

(i) the payment in lieu of taxes receivable by the isolate board, 



(ii) the portion of tax levied under subsections 159 (12) and 
(13) of the Municipal Act that is allocated or paid to the 
isolate board, and 

(iii) the sum of the products obtained by multiplying, for each 
municipality or locality within the area of jurisdiction of the 
isolate board, 

a. the quotient obtained by dividing the product of 100 
and the assessment by the A.E.F. for grant purposes, 
and 

b. 0.006995 for elementary school purposes, or 0.005478 
for secondary school purposes, 

except where the municipality or locality is within the area 
of jurisdiction of a divisional board of education or a district 
or county combined separate school board, in which case the 
amount determined for the municipality or locality for the 
purpose of this subclause shall be the product of the 
assessment for the municipality or locality, 0.001 and the 
mill rate levied on residential property in the municipality or 
locality for elementary or secondary school purposes, as the 
case may be, in respect of such divisional board or district 
or county separate school board; 

(b) "net expenditure" means the positive or negative sum obtained 
by subtracting from the isolate board's expenditure that is 
acceptable to the Minister an amount that is acceptable to the 
Minister as revenue of the isolate board from grant payable 
under sections 32 to 35 inclusive and from sources other than 
local taxation and legislative grants. 

(2) Where an isolate board operates a junior kindergarten on the last 
school day of October, 1 997, the amount set out in subclause ( 1 ) (a) (iii) 
b for elementary school purposes shall be multiplied by 1.05. 

(3) Where an isolate board operates a junior kindergarten on the last 
school day of October, 1997 and the jurisdiction of the isolate board is 
within the area of jurisdiction of a divisional board of education or a 
district or county combined separate school board that, on the last 
school day of October, 1997, does not operate a junior kindergarten, the 
amounts determined for the municipalities or localities for the purpose 
of subclause (1) (a) (iii) b shall be multiplied by 1 .05. 

47. (1) Where, in respect of an isolate board except an isolate board 
referred to in subsection (3), the net expenditure exceeds the local 
taxation for grant purposes, a grant equal to such excess shall be paid 
to the isolate board. 

(2) Where, in respect of an isolate board except an isolate board 
referred to in subsection (3), the local taxation for grant purposes 
exceeds the net expenditure, a portion of the legislative grants paid to 
the isolate board in previous years equal to such excess shall be paid by 
the isolate board to the Province of Ontario. 

(3) Where in the year 1997, 

(a) a district school area board is elected for a new district school 
area, a secondary school board is formed for a new secondary 
school district or a separate school board is elected for a new 
separate school zone; 

(b) information respecting the totals of the commercial assessment 
and of the residential and farm assessment rateable for public 
school purposes in the district school area, for secondary school 
purposes in the secondary school district or for separate school 
purposes in the separate school zone, as the case may be, is not 
available prior to the 1st day of July; and 

(c) such isolate board commences to operate a school on or after the 
1 st day of July or enters into an agreement with another board for 
the education in such year of its resident pupils, 



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the isolate board shall be paid a grant equal to its net expenditure. 

GRANT FOR A BOARD ON TAX EXEMPT LAND 

48. For the purposes of section 49, "cost of operating" means, 



O. Reg. 78/97 

(i) expenditure for the current year approved by the Minister 
for grant purposes for transportation of pupils, and board, 
lodging and weekly transportation of pupils, 



(a) the current expenditure that is acceptable to the Minister for 
grant purposes excluding expenditure for debt charges, capital 
appurtenances, restoration of destroyed and damaged capital 
appurtenances, capital element included in rent, provision for a 
reserve for working funds, provisions for reserve funds and 
P.A.C. for resident-external pupils, 

less the sum of, 

(b) current revenue from sources other than from, 
(i) legislative grants, 

(ii) the organization for which the board was established, and 

(iii) refunds of expenditure, no part of which is eligible for grant; 
and 

(c) the excess of current expenditure for, 
(i) transportation of pupils, and 

(ii) board, lodging and weekly transportation of pupils, 

over, in each case, the amount approved by the Minister for such 
purpose. 

49. A board that is appointed under section 68 of the Act and that 
operates a school in a sanatorium, a hospital, a crippled children's 
treatment centre or a centre for the treatment of cerebral palsy shall be 
paid a grant of, 

(a) 80 per cent of the salaries of teachers, temporary teachers and 
teacher assistants for the current year; 

(b) 80 per cent of the excess of, 



(ii) the general legislative grants payable under section 35; and 

(c) 50 per cent of the excess of, 

(i) the sum of the cost of operating for the current year and the 
revenue for the current year referred to in clause 48 (b), 



over, 



(ii) expenditure for the current year for, 

a. salaries of teachers, temporary teachers and teacher 
assistants, 

b. transportation of pupils, and 

c. board, lodging and weekly transportation of pupils. 

CATEGORY 4— CAPITAL PROJECT GRANT 
CAPITAL PROJECT GRANT 

50. (1) A board shall be paid a grant in respect of each project of the 
board for the acquisition of capital appurtenances that is approved by 
the Minister for capital grant financing equal to the product of, 

(a) the lesser of the project cost approved by the Minister for grant 
purposes and the actual expenditure of the board for the project; 
and 

(b) the rate mentioned in subsection (2) or (3). 

(2) The rate for a project for which final approval was obtained by 
a board in 1 997 is the appropriate rate set out in column 2, 3 or 4 of Table 
5 opposite the name of the board in column 1 of that table. 

(3) The rate for a project other than a project referred to in subsection 
(2) is the rate that was actually approved for the project at the time of 
final approval of the project. 



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.«-m 



TABLE 1 
SPECIAL COMPENSATION FOR POOLING 



Column 2 




PUBLIC BOARDS IN UNEXTENDED AREAS 



Espanola 
- Elementary Schools 
• Secondary Schools 



$72,201 



PUBLIC BOARDS IN EXTENDED AREAS 




Cochrane-lroquois Fills 



$518,960 



$2,549,179 



Kapuskasing 



$654,848 



$30,781 



Metropolitan Toronto 



$7,999,131 



$763,818 



$239,847 



Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 



$218,235 



$1,014,794 



$635,048 



$1,686,899 






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TABLE 2 
19t7 SELECTED GRANTS (« PER PUPIL) 



m H g w ■ m en 

•"AU. «MALL SMALL OOOO» a COM* LAMOUAOC 

~nr.ru™» * CH0 ° tS ■°*"° MCTK ** «OlVICei EDUCATION INSTRUCTION 
AT1KOKAN 



m 



TO 


(10) 


I'D 


TCCHMCAL 




QUALIFICATION! 


EDUCATION 


TOTAL 


(EXPERIENCE 



BEAROMOM OCNALDTON 



CHAPLEAU 



ORYOEN 



- 


48007 


1109 95 


552 02 


SMM 


SM.S* 


1S71.M 


2M.1I 


545.05 


101» «3 


«74ja 


417 2* 



11127 

406 31 



Mit 
KIM 



4172 



42**7 
UO.Ot 



401.31 
4M 27 



417 51 
511 0* 



10* 



1M 

IIS 



1005 27 
2502.14 



14S2.M 
2575 23 



2075.22 



MM 15192 



524*7 
1213*4 



1M.24 
7» M 



FORT FRANCES RAWY RIVER 
(Monetary 

HALISURTON 



HORNEPAYNE 



LAKE SUPERIOR 



MICHIPICOTEN 

Sacondary 

WPKSON RED ROCK 
SaeoMary 

NORTH SHORE 



WEST PARRY SOUND 



105.22 
31*24 



III* 
233 35 



1215* 
1*7 75 



237.15 
2M17 



4313* 

543 13 



1252 3132 



H531 


120.17 

24377 

105195 
1*01*7 

1502 
204.43 

1*5.17 




125.2* 

15*13 


71 
45 


- 




50*51 
4*51.3 


420 23 
520.42 


1M 
M 

10* 


- 




5231 

907 5 


4313 
42 M 


413.M 




77M 


250.1» 


M 
1(0 




55. 




252.75 


" 


153 94 


115 


- 




1712.73 


427 51 
31525 2 


45U 


40*55 

502 0* 


101 
M 


21 





35*11 
•02.7 



72M 

411.74 



40.S 
5*5 S3 



2.51 

13 72 



33531 
455 51 



129 95 
193 79 



20*07 
351.71 



112.51 
203*7 



CHAPLEAU PANET GAVER 



42» 95 

53*32 



2MS4 

3*4*2 



42*7 
541.15 



1M22 
23* M 



10* 

M 



1*0 

11S 



71 
43 



4.17 
2.07 



1*17 



925 92 




753 09 


«3 


770.2 
1142 04 


1! 
i 


133 
1*5 

0*3 
5 21 

5 12 

«a 

5 92 


4M.47 
4*4.07 


11 
11 


21M* 


3 


7(7 51 




1*3*1 

711.74 
74* M 


11 


*43M 

299*52 


4 



1234 37 
2052.25 


45 

1712 


503.15 

1077.21 


175 32 

1(11 


1577.1* 


- 


• M 

2*95 


- 


502 03 
554 3» 


M.OS 



E (VAMtoM 



115.07 322.17 



121 59 



207*5 



FORT FRANCES RNY RIVER 



134*4 21*11 



GERALOTON 



50**5 254 02 1*411 



KIRKLANOLAKI 



MtCHIPICOTtN 



M111 2*2.55 205 M 



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527 



n> 



noktmofsupciuo* 



TABLE 2 
1OT SELECTED GRANTS ($"S PER PUPIL) 

«Sx «2L «EL. «",. ^ uj^ J^ __m__ m „„ 

iCHOOL. .OA» MCT 0« «««, «UCATK» »££££, ,££, S£ TOT*. TSE^ 



730.W 177.3» 57.42 437.72 



10» 



47.1 



1SM.37 



north shore 



123 120.83 



31S.M 



706 93 



90.16 



95 



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TABLE 2 
19«T SELECTED GRANTS ($'8 PER PUPIL) 

J*> S m m m m 

WALL 0OODS4 COUP. LAHOUAOC MIXED TBCHMCAL 

SECTION» SERVICE* EDUCATION INSTRUCTION KMOOU EDUCATION 



(10| 


(«> 




QUAUFICATION» 


TOTAL 


» EXPERIENCE 



CENTRAL ALOOMA 

Comnntd t*tntA 



COCHRANE IROQUOIS FALLS 



DUFFERIN 

ConwiMPnl 



32.0* 1*473 



1*0.42 19288 



3*7 S1 S3 34 

37* 43* 84 «9 18 



• 7 107* 



22.3 72*17 



12* 10*0 M 



EAST PARRY SOUND 



•221 127.22 



20*43 «234 



S4 4* 



1**7 4*72 



34 32 



Con*in»d NRd 



FRONTENAC 

Combkwd **M 



1SM 12.0* 



«.74 18 14 



0.7» 



41.(7 
8 54 
13*4 



44*1 



ComMwd Pmal 



HAL0IMANO 

ComUnMParwl 



MALTON 



ComWwdPmtt 



HAMILTON 

Comtmm l PÊfm 



HASTINGS 

Comblnad Paral 



12» 94 



218 



«33 289 81 



HURON 



KAPUSKASINO 

Coinfaintd Pnl 



KENORA 



1320 98 912 98 



«8227 40983 10717 488 51 



23*» 14823 



45228 154ë 



2783 88 



'578 17758* 



77«»1 



««.07 



13255 



KIRKLANOLAKE 

Combirwl PM 



1>KEHEAD 



LAUBTON 

ComMwdPml 



122*7 20582 



«.«2 



3.81 «27 



1201 77** 



328 79 



43M 



127» 

70» 



OomMMM Pmot 



LEEDS GRENVtUf 

Coiti6*n*d Pwntt 



LENNOX ADOINOTON 



29 35 



7* 



•701 8333 



37 21 



W.1» 

1008 4701 

• •1 198 28 



X7 



1««7 III 



11*4 
4.74 «2*3 



96 



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529 



(il 

METRO TORONTO 



TABLE 2 
1997 SELECTED GRANTS (S'S PER PUPIL) 

« PI H» HI HI (T) HI HI (101 nil 

SMALL SMALL SMALL OOOOt I COM* LANOUAOE MIXED TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS 

SCHOOL* BOARD SECTIONS SERVICES EDUCATION INSTRUCTION SCHOOLS EDUCATION TOTAL * EXPERIENCE 



0.03 



12353 



15165 



275 21 



U( DOLE SEX 

Conblrad PmM 



20.51 22.43 



42.(4 



M22 



NIAGARA SOUTH 



(1.34 



35.04 111.(7 



26.(1 



«51 24.1» 



NORFOLK 

ComfenM Pm 



NORTHUMBERLAND A CLARINGTON 



90S 



OTTAWA 



88 12 



OTTAWA-CARLETON FRENCH 



87 42 



44.23 



OXFORD 



PEEL 



Combmd Panal 



16 27 30 74 



PETERBOROUGH 

Con*in»d Pm 



PRESC0TT RUSSELL 

r'lTi-nJlM I met S»! * 



(1(1 11041 



1(63 



PRINCE EDWARD 

OBfltMB Pm 



1(1 125.76 



47.3* 



RENFREW 

GoffltHnsd Pml 



26 63 



SAULT STE MARIE 



1(75 



STORMNT DNDAS GLNORRY 



0.42 11(26 



25 22 



5.W 30078 



183 25 



TIUISKAMINQ 



17(24 1*421 



310.11 



11. S3 700.71 



56.47 110 37 



(.66 66725 



23 45 



VICTORIA 

OoniWwdPinsi 



52 06 



WELLINGTON 



WENTWORTH 



125.3 



16.35 



14165 



YORK 



97 



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TABLE 2 
1M7 SELECTED GRANTS (1*3 PER PUPIL) 

< 1 > m m m m m m m w ( n» (11 . 

•MAU. SMALL SMALL OOOO»! COUP. LANOUAOE MOOD TECHNICAL QUALIFICATION* 

SCHOOLS (OARO SECTIONS SERVICES EDUCATION INSTRUCTION SCHOOLS EDUCATION TOTAL SI 

«nâu«ir«TMOng«»>A«ATx»»-»<~ -TAffll, uriUMsfllnil 
BRANT 

«I 2*4* T2 M M - 7.4 - tu» 

ni MH 101.42 - 34.(7 - 2M u 

CARLETON 



24*06 2*71 



COCHRANE IROQ FALLS T 
Cofnttfwd PsmI 

DUFFERIN PEEL 



DURHAM REGION 

ELGIN 

ESSEX 

FRNTNAC LNNX A0N0T0N 
Conttnaa' Panai 

HALDIMANO NORFOLK 



10**3 177*7 - 12.43 .... 2MQ3 



«2.33 4*02 157 2*3 M.4* 



41 22 77 M 



HALTON 

Combinad Panai 



HAMILTON WENTWORTH 

ContfadPm 



HASTINGS PRINCE EDWO 



«I 71 H MO* 44.N 1U ... 204*5 

HEARST 

CemHna* Panai 117 31 212.3* - 44*51 (3.4* 10 M - S.23 SU 57 



HURON PERTH 



KAPUSKASINa 



22.1* M 4* 17 - . 127*1 

1*3.** 15754 21.4* 423.7* MO* 390* - 1RS* 907 4» 

203.22 2M.41 - 441.02 1M.13 - 11107* 



KENT 

CsmUnad Panai 59 2* 37*4 



KIRKLANOfTIMISKAMINO 



LAKEHEAO 

Combmad Panai 0.4* 34J 14.10 232 M M.** 24.7» 12.43 - 414.7» 

LAMtTON 



LANARK LEEDS OR NV1LLE 
Cl 

UNCOLN 



2*14 3*0* 111 29 14* . *741 «7 41 

t 101.01 17.2S 12 1455 2194 7.42 - . 21137 

* 2*04_ 21 S* 113 . »221 772 - - 133M 11*1 

LONDON MOOUSCX 

CoManad Panai 1*73 - 4.13 - 4*2* 2*.*7 - 0*3 100.0» M 07 

METROPOLITAN SEP SCH 

ComBmad Panai 2 14 . 0.4* - 12*1* 100.7 - - 22» M 1SS.0S 

nipissinq 

Csn*»a Panai 10*1* 34.M - 14777 «2.3» 17.1» - - NT 4» »7 2( 



OTTAWA 



OTTAWK-CARLITON FRENCH 



«45 - M.» 1M.M - 2M.M 17(4 

«27 - - 477» ... 71.43 2» 17 

137M 42.33 3 9* ... sun M 43 



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TABUS 2 
1SS7 SELECTED GRANTS (rS PER PUPIL) 

1,1 w w Ml ■ in m ,_ m 

JWAU. «UU. SHALL 0OOO64 CcW. lanSaq, m£L> TEoSLcal ( ' ' ,,1 > 

.CHOCL, 60APD KCTKX» «v«, EDUCATE •££££ «££, eS£ total *?££££ 



P BORO VIC NRTHM NEWCASTLE 



PRESCOTT RUSSELL ■ ENGLISH 

Cen**»«Pin«l 177.66 2S221 

PRESCOTT-RUSSeU. WENCH 

ComMM PM 38.36 27.81 



23.» - 7.6 

■Ai 64.6 



82.70 1751 



17.06 



RENFREW 

ConttkMdPml 176.46 66.36 » M 17 M 66.08 22.13 

SAULTSTf. MARIE 

C "* """ ' «70 61.6 14.06 278 21 

SIMCOE 
( 

STORMNT 0NOA8 GLNORRY 

a 

SUOBUftY 



«66 4.66 3.63 356 

»■» »» " 166 6461 

SUN 4.41 _ 13(.6 66.61 



C«!i*ln««lPin«i 8.16 11.61 

WELLINGTON 



•1.04 36.63 



MNOSOft 
C 

YORK REGION 



986 •*■ 7.86 1.67 _ 8.68 

«• - 436 - ,2817 14.64 

1.87 . _ «.„ 



8764 
814.17 

***» 40.11 

16187 66.01 



526.87 

•M - - 101.07 

1867 - V66 181.66 

26.46 



2481 
21626 

24 12 647 31 27.32 



Combm^Pm* 26.66 Ul _ 3,366 64.14 86.71 

WATERLOO 

BMÉIR8S Pwt 6.48 - 352 _ *•%-*■> *■ *• 

63.12 36.66 _ 3,7 m4i 

WEUANO 



122.57 

70.77 

6.44 166.77 

26 - 4706 



28 22 



99 



532 



TABLE J 

TRANSPORTATION 
(Celnmnl) (Col.-. J) 
1997 
TER PUPIL 
AMOUNT 


ATTKOKAN 

Elementary 

Secondary 


333.43 
363.66 


CHAPLEAU 

Elementary 
Secondary 


396.31 

226.12 


DRYDEN 

Elementary 
Secondary 


406.92 
342.20 


ESPANOLA 

Elementary 

Secondary 


340.36 
376.66 


FORT FRANCES RAINY RIVER 

Elementary 491.62 
Secondary 491.16 


BEARDMORE 0ERAL0TON 

Elementary 42393 
Secondary 562.73 


HALIBURTON 

Elementary 
Secondary 


409.03 
401.33 


HORNEPAYNE 

Elementary 
Secondary 


221.73 
72.49 


LAKE SUPERIOR 

Elementary 
Secondary 


235.91 
132.73 


MAN1TOUUN 

Elementary 
Secondary 


551.40 
702.60 


MlCHIPtCOTEN 

Elementary 
Secondary 


211 31 
392.31 


NIPIGON RED ROCK 
Elementary 
Secondary 


397.39 
502.77 


NORTH SHORE 

Elementary 
Secondary 


497.29 
232.90 


RED LAKE 

Elementary 
Secondary 


423 09 
551.95 


SIMCOE 

Elementary 
Secondary 


216.76 

210 91 


WEST PARRY SOUND 
Elementary 
Secondary 


421.52 
426.52 



UsriïL Dfc L'UN 


IA* 


UU 


O. Reg. 78/97 


(Calnmn 1) 


TABLE 1 
TRANSPORTATION 

(Cdaaaa 1) 

1997 
PER PUPIL 
AMOUNT 




ËOMAN CA THQIJÇ |f fil» Tr 




CHAPLEAU PANET CAVER 
Elementary 


450 54 




DRYDEN 

Elementary 




407.37 




FORT FRANCES RNY RIVER 
Elementary 


657.01 




GERALDTON 

Elementary 




349.90 




MICHIPICOTEN 

Elementary 




267 17 


< «• . . ' ' 


NORTH OF SUPERIOR 
Elementary 




417.67 




NORTH SHORE 

Elementary 




641.73 




ptmur school roams- 






BRANT 

Combined Panel 

BRUCE 

Combined Panel 

CARLETON 

Combined Panel 




152.75 
359.72 
239.21 




CENTRAL ALOOMA 
Combined Panel 




593.51 




COCHRANE IROQUOIS FALLS 

Combined Panel 703.52 




DUFFERIN 

Combined Panel 




236.09 




DURHAM 

Combined Panel 




124.97 




EAST PARRY SOUND 
Combined Panel 




614.10 




ELGIN 

Combined Panel 




260.54 




ESSEX 

Combined Panel 




274.12 




FRONTENAC 

Combined Panel 




226.24 




GREY 

Combined Panel 




313.66 




HALDIMAND 

Combined Panel 




256 96 




HALTON 

Combined Panel 




11.46 




HAMILTON 

Combined Panel 




42.41 




HASTINGS 

Combined Panel 




33126 




HEARST 

Combined Panel 




394 30 




HURON 

Combined Panel 




321 13 





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TABLES 




TRANSPORTATION 


(Colya.nl) 


JO*— 2) 




lt»T 




per pupil 




AMOUNT 


KAPUSKAS1NO 




Combined Panel 


397.17 


KENORA 




Combined Panel 


320.49 



Panel 



KIRKLANDLAKE 

Combined Panel 


444.24 


LAKEHEAD 

Combined Panel 


323.21 


LAMBTON 

Combined Pine) 


237 06 


LANARK 

Combined Ptnel 


373.67 


LEEDS GRENV1LLE 

Combined Panel 


30J.M 


LENNOX ADDINOTON 

Combined Panel 


411.15 


LINCOLN 

Combined Panel 


134.41 


LONDON 

Combined Panel 


4*33 


METRO TORONTO 

Combined Panel 


10.00 


MIDDLESEX 

Combined Ptnel 


443.66 


MUSKOKA 

Combined Panel 


302.60 


NIAGARA SOUTH 

Combined Panel 


190.31 


NIPISSINO 

Combined Panel 


416.11 


NORFOLK 

Combined PmeJ 


237.99 


NORTHUMBERLAND * CLARTNGTON 

Combined Panel 243 3! 


OTTAWA 

Combined Panel 


1.39 


OTTAWA-CARLETON FRENCH 

Combined Panel 


459.63 


OXFORD 

Combined Panel 


214.37 


PEEL 

Combined Panel 


4116 


PERTH 

Combined Panel 


257.06 


PETERBOROUGH 

Combined Panel 


306 21 


PRESCOTT RUSSELL 

Combined Panel 


526.16 


PRINCE EDWARD 

Combined Panel 


35931 


RENFREW 

Combined Panel 


313 0J 


SAULTSTE MARIE 

Combined Panel 


260 19 



TABLE I 
TRANSPORTATION 

(C.l.mn 1) (Column 2) 
19*7 
PER PUPIL 
AMOUNT 

STORMNT DNDAS GLNGRR Y 

Combined Panel 447.95 


SUDBURY 

Combined Panel 


410.60 


TIMISKAMINO 

Combined Panel 


624.74 


TIMMTNS 

Combined Panel 


312.70 


VICTORIA 

Combined Panel 


363.19 


WATERLOO 

Combined Panel 


19.33 


WELLINGTON 

Combined Panel 


190.30 


WENTWORTH 

Combined Pand 


200.35 


WINDSOR 

Combined Panel 


44.70 


YORK 

Combined Panel 


11.66 



101 



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TABLE] 

TRANSPORTATION 
(Cetaenl) (CoIumJ) 

itrr 

HAIUM, 

AMOUNT 

ËOMAM CATHOLIC XETAÈATE XCHOni mnitni - I. f«-i^ 
BRANT 



Combined Pine! 



BRUCE GREY 

Combined Pend 



CARLETON 

Combined Panel 



225.33 



367.17 



(C.l.mn 1) 



OXFORD 

Combined Panel 



TABLE 3 

TRANSPORTATION 
(Col.mn 2) 

MM 
PER PUPIL 
AMOUNT 



41797 



P BORO VIC NRTHM CLARINGTON 

Combined Panel 



PRESCOTT RUSSELL • ENGLISH 
Combined Pmel 



469.30 



712.74 



COCHRANE [ROQ FALLS T 

Combined Panel 

DUFFERINPEEL 



DURHAM REGION 

Combined Pend 



ELGIN 



Combined Panel 



ESSEX 



Combined Pmel 



FRNTNAC LNNX ADNOTON 
Combined Panel 



HALDIMAND NORFOLK 
Combined Pad 



HALTON 

Combined Pincl 



HAMILTON WENTWORTH 
Combined Fuel 



HASTINGS PRINCE EDWD 
Combined Panel 



l«3.77 
391.00 
314.94 
439.17 
405.57 
152.76 
156.33 
472.92 



HEARST 

Combined Pmel 


395.05 


HURON PERTH 

Combined Panel 


463.67 


KAPUSKASING 

Combined Panel 


340.47 


KENORA 

Combined Panel 


511.31 


KENT 

Combined Ptnel 


27613 


KIRKLANOmMISKAMING 

Combined Ptnel 


650.95 


LAKEHEAD 

Combined Panel 


473.49 


LAMBTON 

Combined Panel 


327.71 


LANARK LEEDS GRNVILLE 
Combined Panel 


519.16 


LINCOLN 

Combined Panel 


301.41 


LONDON MIDDLESEX 

Combined Panel 


269.71 


METROPOLITAN SEP. SCH. 
Combined Panel 


54.07 


NIPISSINO 

Combined Panel 


557.69 


OTTAWA 

Combined Panel 


15.19 



PRESCOTT-RUSSELL FRENCH 

Combined Panel 


405.32 


RENFREW 

Combined Ptnel 


473.34 


SAULT STE MARIE 

Combined Panel 


300.77 


SIMCOE 

Combined Panel 


396.36 


STORMNT DNOAS GLNGRXY 

Combined Panel 


571.47 


SUDBURY 

Combined Panel 


453.00 


T1MMINS 

Combined Panel 


374.34 


WATERLOO 

Combined Panel 


117.11 


WELLAND 

Combined Panel 


214.04 


WELLINGTON 

Combined Panel 


315.55 


WINDSOR 

Combined Panel 


1173 


YORK REGION 

Combined Panel 


161.42 



OTTAWA-CARLETON FRENCH 
Combined Panel 



349 52 



102 



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TABLE 4 
SPECIAL ASSISTANCE FOR EN BLOC TRANSFER 



Nan» of Board 


Special Assistance 
for en Bloc Transfer 


Column 1 


Column 2 






KirUand Lake Board of Education 


«28,160 


Middlesex County Board of Education 


«67,200 



103 



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TABLE 5-1997 
Column 1 



ATIKOKAN BOARD OF EDUCATION 

BEARDMORE. GERALDTON. LONGLAC & AREA BOARD OF EDUCATION 

BRANT COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

BRANT COUNTY RCSS BOARD 

BRUCE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

BRUCE-GREY COUNTY RCSS BOARD 

CARLETON BOARD OF EDUCATION 

CARLETON RCSS BOARD 

CENTRAL ALGOMA BOARD OF EDUCATION 

CHAPIEAU BOARD OF EDUCATION 

CHAPLEAU. PANET. CAVERLY RCSSB 

COCHRANE-IROQUOIS FALLS BO OF ED 

COCHRANE-IROQUOIS FALLS DIST RCSS BD 

CONSEIL SCOALIRE DE LANGUE FRANÇAISE DOTTAWA-CARLETON (PUBLIQUE) 

CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE LANGUE FRANÇAISE D'OTTAWA-CARLETON (CATHOLIQUE) 

CONSEIL SCOLAIRE DE LANGUE FRANÇAISE DE PRESCOTT & RUSSELL (CATHOLIQUE) 

DRYDEN BOARD OF EDUCATION 

DRYDEN DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 

DUFFERIN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

DUFFERIN PEEL RCSS BOARD 

DURHAM BOARD OF EDUCATION 

DURHAM REGION RCSS BOARD 

EAST PARRY SOUND BOARD OF EDUCATION 

ELGIN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

ELGIN COUNTY RCSS BOARO 

ESPANOLA BOARD OF EDUCATION 

ESSEX COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

ESSEX COUNTY RCSS BOARD 

FORT FRANCES-RAINY RIVER BD OF ED 

FORT FRANCES-RAINY RIVER DRCSS BOARD 

FRONTENAC COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

FRONTENAC-LENNOX-ADDINGTON CTY RCSS BD 

GERALDTON DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 

GREY COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

HALDIMAND BOARD OF EDUCATION 

HALDIMAND-NORFOLK COUNTY RCSS BOARD 

HALIBURTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

HALTON BOARD OF EDUCATION 

HALTON RCSS BOARD 

HAMILTON BOARD OF EDUCATION 

HAMILTON-WENTWORTH RCSS BOARD 

HASTINGS COUNTY BOARO OF EDUCATION 

HASTINGS-PRINCE EDWARD CTY RCSS BD 

HEARST BOARD OF EDUCATION 

HEARST DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 

HORNEPAYNE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

HURON COUNTY BOARO OF EDUCATION 

HURON-PERTH COUNTY RCSS BOARD 

KAPUSKASING BOARD OF EDUCATION 

KAPUSKASING DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 

KENORA BOARD OF EDUCATION 

KENORA DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 

KENT COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

KENT COUNTY RCSS BOARD 

KIRKLAND LAKE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

KIRKLAND LAKE-TIMISKAMING DIST RCSSB 

LAKE SUPERIOR BOARD OF EDUCATION 

LAKEHEAD BOARO OF EDUCATION 







RUNDATE M/ll/97 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Non-Orawtti 
ProjKt* 


Growth 
Projtc» 


French UM6JM6J9 

8»cond»ry School 

ProjKtt Undtr 

PntXM 


83.831% 


74.263% 


97 904% 


78.808% 


66.060% 


97 348% 


76010% 


61573% 


98.302% 


86654% 


78622% 


99.055% 


78.006% 


64.774% 


98 443% 


65.745% 


77.167% 


98 991% 


74.234% 


58.729% 


98.176% 


85.606% 


76.944% 


98.981% 


63.742% 


73.958% 


98 849% 


82.893% 


72.605% 


97.302% 


61494% 


66 367% 


N/A 


61.864% 


70.950% 


98.716% 


64 675% 


75.452% 


96.915% 


82577% 


72.093% 


N/A 


75.893% 


61 386% 


N/A 


67.154% 


79.423% 


N/A 


74.316% 


58 663% 


97.199% 


84.728% 


75 522% 


N/A 


78.653% 


66.128% 


98.503% 


60.006% 


67 974% 


98 584% 


74.576% 


59.276% 


98 200% 


83.579% 


73.696% 


98.837% 


76.827% 


62.883% 


98.359% 


79.333% 


66 896% 


98.537% 


63.645% 


73.803% 


98842% 


76.304% 


62.051% 


97 359% 


76.721% 


62.713% 


98352% 


64.604% 


75339% 


96.910% 


77.913% 


64.624% 


97.564% 


87.619% 


60.156% 


N/A 


71.693% 


54.978% 


98.010% 


82.665% 


72 234% 


98.773% 


66.353% 


81332% 


N/A 


74.551% 


59.237% 


98.198% 


76.216% 


61.904% 


98.316% 


63.018% 


72.796% 


98.798% 


49937% 


19.810% 


94 606% 


61.369% 


36.154% 


97 266% 


78.052% 


64.645% 


98.446% 


69.510% 


51.162% 


97.641% 


77 633% 


64.493% 


98.431% 


75.521% 


60.791% 


98 267% 


65.151% 


76.215% 


98.949% 


77.112% 


83 339% 


98 380% 


64 366% 


74.958% 


98.893% 


64.071% 


74.487% 


98280% 


77.006% 


63.170% 


98 372% 


64.421% 


75046% 


98 897% 


72.924% 


56 630% 


98.083% 


82526% 


72.011% 


96 763% 


66763% 


46.763% 


97 647% 


63.996% 


74.368% 


98 667% 


77.588% 


64.101% 


98 413% 


86 053% 


77.661% 


99 013% 


84.300% 


74.652% 


98.888% 


91.397% 


86.219% 


99 391% 


77.900% 


64.605% 


97.606% 


71.425% 


54 230% 


97 977% 



104 



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TABLE 5 
Column 1 



1997 



LAKEHEAD DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
LAMBTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
LAM8TON COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
LANARK COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
LANARK-LEEDS-GRENVILLE CTY RCSS BOARD 
LEEDS AND GRENVILLE CTY BD OF ED 
LENNOX AND ADDINGTON CTY BD OF ED 
LINCOLN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
LINCOLN COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
LONDON BOARD OF EDUCATION 
LONDON-MIDDLESEX COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
MANITOULIN BOARD OF EDUCATION 
METRO TORONTO BOARD OF EDUCATION 
METROPOLITAN SEPARATE SCHOOL BOARD 
MICHIPICOTEN BOARD OF EDUCATION 
MICHIPICTEN DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
MIDDLESEX COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
MUSKOKA BOARD OF EDUCATION 
NIAGARA SOUTH BOARD OF EDUCATION 
NIPIGON-REO ROCK BOARD OF EDUCATION 
NIPISSINO BOARD OF EDUCATION 
NIPISSING DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
NORFOLK BOARD OF EDUCATION 
NORTH OF SUPERIOR RCSS BOARD 
NORTH SHORE BOARD OF EDUCATION 
NORTH SHORE DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
NORTHUMBERLAND & CLARINGTON BOE 
OTTAWA BOARD OF EDUCATION 
OTTAWA RCSS BOARD 
OXFORD COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
OXFORD COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
PEEL BOARD OF EDUCATION 
PERTH COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
PETERBOROUGH COUNTY BOARD OF ED 
PETERBOROUGH VIC NRTHM CLARINGTON RCSSB 
PRESCOTT AND RUSSELL CTY BO OF ED 
PRESCOTT-RUSSELL CTY ENGLISH LANG SCH BD* 
PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY BOE 
RED LAKE BOARD OF EDUCATION 
RENFREW COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
RENFREW COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
SAULT STE MARIE BOARD OF EDUCATION 
SAULT STE MARIE DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
SIMCOE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
SIMCOE COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
STORMONT-DUNDAS-GLENGARRY CTY BOE 
STORMONT-OUNDAS-GLENGARRY CTY RCSS BO 
SUDBURY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
SUDBURY DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
TIMISKAMING BOARD OF EDUCATION 
TIMMINS BOARD OF EDUCATION 
T1MMINS DISTRICT RCSS BOARD 
VICTORIA COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
WATERLOO COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
WATERLOO COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
WELLAND COUNTY RCSS BOARD 
WELLINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
WELLINGTON COUNTY RCSS BOARD 







RUNDATE 0I/II/T* 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Non-0 rowtn 
Project» 


Growth 
Projects 


Fnncli Language 

S acondary School 
Projactt UMw 

Part XIII 


SO 133% 


68.177% 


98 593% 


73.096% 


56.907% 


98.095% 


83.132% 


72.982% 


96 806% 


79.078% 


66 488% 


96.519% 


86.200% 


77 896% 


99.023% 


73.157% 


57.004% 


98.100% 


79.818% 


67.673% 


96571% 


71.930% 


55.038% 


98.013% 


82.361% 


71.746% 


98.751% 


70.748% 


53.145% 


97 929% 


81.530% 


70.416% 


96.692% 


71.558% 


54.442% 


97 067% 


43.066% 


8805% 


95 969% 


67 664% 


48205% 


97 711% 


71.564% 


54.492% 


96 492% 


83.504% 


73.561% 


N/A 


77.653% 


64.205% 


98.418% 


48.697% 


17.625% 


96 366% 


73.106% 


56.922% 


98 096% 


76.858% 


62.934% 


97 379% 


79.558% 


67 257% 


98 553% 


83.724% 


73.929% 


98.848% 


79.649% 


67 402% 


98 559% 


81.044% 


69619% 


N/A 


84.699% 


75814% 


98 082% 


68.220% 


81.120% 


N/A 


77.945% 


64674% 


98.439% 


45.120% 


12.095% 


96115% 


67.600% 


48.103% 


97.706% 


74.079% 


58.480% 


98 165% 


82.993% 


72.758% 


98796% 


59.615% 


35313% 


97.141% 


73.888% 


58 174% 


98151% 


68.740% 


49929% 


97 757% 


85431% 


76 664% 


96.969% 


86.188% 


77.876% 


99.022% 


62.430% 


71.857% 


98.756% 


75.575% 


60.876% 


98271% 


82.546% 


72044% 


98.072% 


77.946% 


64.674% 


98 439% 


65.159% 


76226% 


98 949% 


75.356% 


60 526% 


98 255% 


79.712% 


67.503% 


98.564% 


71.999% 


55.149% 


97 032% 


83.859% 


74.147% 


98 857% 


79.676% 


67 449% 


98 561% 


67.213% 


79 519% 


99 095% 


76.302% 


62.041% 


98.322% 


81.894% 


70996% 


98716% 


77.573% 


64.077% 


98412% 


79 293% 


66 832% 


98 534% 


80.819% 


69.277% 


98.642% 


74.148% 


56.591% 


98 170% 


73.006% 


56.763% 


98 089% 


83 008% 


72.783% 


98 797% 


81883% 


70 981% 


98717% 


71.817% 


54 858% 


98 005% 


80.507% 


66 777% 


98 620% 



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TABLE 5 

Column 1 



Board Nam» 



1997 









WENTWORTH COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 
WEST PARRY SOUND BOARD OF EDUCATION 
WINDSOR BOARD OF EDUCATION 
WINDSOR RCSS BOARD 
YORK REGION BOARD OF EDUCATION 
YORK REGION RCSS BOARD 



Column 2 


Column 3 


Non-Growtn 


Growth 


Project» 


Projects 


72.067% 


55.258% 


53.530% 


25.567% 


70.364% 


52.529% 


79.706% 


67.494% 


55.430% 


28.609% 


75.559% 


60.851% 


John Snobelen 




mister of Education and Training 





Dated at Toronto on February 28, 1997. 
12/97 



RUNDATE 02MW 



Column 4 

French Language 

Secondary School 

Projecta Under 

Part Xlll 

98 022% 
94.995% 

97 902% 

98 563% 
96.845% 
98 270% 







ONTARIO REGULATION 79/97 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: February 28, 1997 

Approved: March 5, 1997 

Filed: March 6, 1997 

CALCULATION OF AVERAGE 
DAILY ENROLMENT 

1. In this Regulation, 

"cycle" means the number of school days for which a schedule of 
classes in a school continues before the schedule is repeated; 

"full-time pupil" means a pupil who, 

(a) is enrolled in day school other than in junior kindergarten or 
kindergarten, and 

(b) in respect of a cycle, is registered for classroom instruction for 
an average of at least 210 minutes per school day; 

"half-time pupil" means a pupil who, 

(a) is enrolled in junior kindergarten or kindergarten, and 

(b) in respect of a cycle, is registered for classroom instruction for 
an average of at least ISO minutes per school day; 

"independent study course" means a credit course that is provided to a 
pupil other than a full-time pupil in whole or, at the option of a board, 
in part through a non-classroom instructional mode of delivery; 

"part-time pupil" means a pupil who is enrolled in day school and is 
neither a full-time nor a half-time pupil. 



2. Day school average daily enrolment for a board for a year is the 
sum of, 

(a) the product of 0.5 and the sum of, 

(i) the number of full-time pupils enrolled on the last school 
day in March in the year, 

(ii) 0.5 times the number of half-time pupils enrolled on that 
day, and 

(iii) the quotient obtained by determining, for each part-time 
pupil enrolled on that day, the number of minutes for which 
the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle 
that includes that day in a course other than an independent 
study course and dividing the sum of the numbers so 
determined by the product of 300 and the number of days in 
the cycle; 



(b) the product of 0.4 and the sum of, 



(i) the number of full-time pupils enrolled on the last school 
day in October in the year, 

(ii) 0.5 times the number of half-time pupils enrolled on that 
day, and 

(iii) the quotient obtained by determining, for each part-time 
pupil enrolled on that day, the number of minutes for which 
the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle 
that includes that day in a course other than an independent 
study course and dividing the sum of the numbers so 
determined by the product of 300 and the number of days in 
the cycle; 

(c) the product of 0. 1 and the sum of, 

(i) the number of full-time pupils enrolled on the last school 
day in October in the previous year, 



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(ii) 0.5 times the number of half-time pupils enrolled on that 
day, and 

(iii) the quotient obtained by determining, for each part-time 
pupil enrolled on that day, the number of minutes for which 
the pupil is registered for classroom instruction in the cycle 
that includes that day in a course other than an independent 
study course and dividing the sum of the numbers so 
determined by the product of 300 and the number of days in 
the cycle; and 

(d) an amount in respect of each pupil who is enrolled during the 
year in an independent study course that meets the criteria 
established by the Minister for inclusion in the determination of 
day school enrolment, calculated as follows: 

A_ 

7.5 



where, 



■£? X B 



5. Ontario Regulation 120/96 is revoked. 



John Snobelen 
Minister of Education and Training 



Dated at Toronto on February 28, 1997. 
12/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 80/97 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 5, 1997 
Filed: March 6, 1997 

APPORTIONMENT 1997 REQUISITIONS 



A = the number of credits or the portion of a credit that may 
be earned by the pupil upon successful completion of 
the course, 

B = the decimal fraction representing the portion of the 
total quantity of work required for completion of the 
course that is completed by the pupil during the periods 
from January 1 to June 30 and September 1 to 
December 31 in the year. 

3. Continuing education average daily enrolment for a board for a 
year is the sum of, 

(a) an amount in respect of each pupil who is enrolled during the 
year in a continuing education class or course established by the 
board, other than an independent study course, calculated as 
follows: 

A x B 
300 x C 



where, 



A = 

B = 
C = 



the number of sessions for which the pupil is enrolled in 
the year, 

the number of minutes in each session, 

the number of school days in the year; and 



(b) an amount in respect of each pupil who is enrolled during the 
year in an independent study course that does not meet the 
criteria established by the Minister for inclusion in the 
determination of day school enrolment, calculated as follows: 



A x .1134 x B 



where, 



A = the number of credits or the portion of a credit that may 
be earned by the pupil upon successful completion of 
the course, 

B = the decimal fraction representing the portion of the 
total quantity of work required for completion of the 
course that is completed by the pupil during the year. 

4, This Regulation applies in respect of the year 1997 and 
succeeding years. 



1. (1) In this Regulation, 

"apport ionable sum required by a divisional board for 1997" means the 
excess of the total estimated expenditure of the board for 1997 
exclusive of, 

(a) allowances and provisions for differences between the sum that 
the board requisitioned and the sum that the board ought to have 
requisitioned in a previous year from a local municipality in the 
school division, and 

(b) the portion of any expenditures incurred by the board in 
performing the duties of a municipal council, 

over the sum of the estimated revenues of the board for 1997 from 
sources other than local taxation and the amount in the reserve 
established under subsection 237 (2) of the Act; 

"A.E.F. for apportionment purposes for 1997" for a municipality or 
locality means the assessment equalization factor provided by the 
Minister for 1997; 

"assessment" has the same meaning as in Ontario Regulation 78/97 
(General Legislative Grants, 1997); 

"equalized assessment for a municipality or locality" means the 
quotient obtained by dividing the product of 100 and the assessment 
for the municipality or locality by the A.E.F. for apportionment 
purposes for 1997 for the municipality or locality; 

"local taxation" means taxes levied by a municipality or a board for 
school purposes, exclusive of taxes paid over under section 35 of the 
Assessment Act and taxes levied under section 159 of the Municipal 
Act; 

"payment in lieu of taxes for 1997" means, in respect of a municipality, 
the sum of the amounts payable by the municipality to the board for 
1 997 under subsection 7 ( 1 0) of the Housing Development Act, under 
subsection 445 (4) of the Municipal Act, under subsection 52 (9) of 
the Power Corporation Act and under section 2 of the Municipal and 
School Board Payments Adjustment Act. 

(2) Clause (a) of the definition "apportionable sum required by a 
divisional board for 1997" in subsection (1) does not apply in the case 
of a divisional board or a secondary school board if the area of 
jurisdiction of the board comprises an area where an assessment update 
has been carried out under subsection 371 (2) of the Municipal Act, 
subsection 135.3 (1) of the Regional Municipalities Act, subsection 
84. 1 3 ( 1 ) of the County of Oxford Act or subsection 8 1 ( 1 ) of the District 
Municipality ofMuskoka Act. 



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2. (1) The apportionable sum required by a divisional board for 
1997 shall be apportioned among the municipalities and localities in the 
school division in the ratio, correct to five places of decimals, of the 
equalized assessment for such municipalities or localities to the total 
equalized assessment of the municipalities and localities in the school 
division. 

(2) The amount apportioned to a municipality or locality by a 
divisional board for 1997 shall be the sum of the following amounts 
adjusted where required under section 237 or subsection 247 (2) or (3) 
of the Act: 

1. The amount apportioned under subsection (1) to the 
municipality or locality. 

2. Expenditures applicable to the locality that are incurred for 1 997 
by the divisional board in performing the duties of a municipal 
council. 

3. The payment in lieu of taxes for 1997 in respect of the 
municipality. 

4. The amount of the tax levied under subsections 159(12) and (13) 
of the Municipal Act allocated or paid by the municipality to the 
divisional board for 1997. 

5. The amount of any fees or charges payable in the year imposed 
on the divisional board by by-law made under subsection 
220. 1 (2) of the Municipal Act. 

3. ( 1 ) If the adjustments required under section 247 of the Act are in 
respect of a part or parts of a municipality or locality, the divisional 
board shall provide with its requisition sufficient information in respect 
of the adjustments to enable the amount required in respect of the part 
or parts of the municipality or locality to be determined. 

(2) If, for the purpose of a levy in 1997, a municipality is required 
under any Act to apportion the amount to be raised for municipal 
purposes among two or more defined areas within the municipality, the 
amounts requisitioned on the municipality in 1997 by a divisional 
board, exclusive of payments in lieu of taxes, taxes levied under 
subsections 159(12) and ( 1 3) of the Municipal Act allocated or paid by 
the municipality to the divisional board, and adjustments required 
under section 247 of the Education Act, shall, for the purpose of the 
levy in 1997, be apportioned by the municipality among such defined 
areas in the ratio, correct to five places of decimals, of the equalized 
assessments for the defined areas to the total equalized assessment of 
the municipality. 

(3) For the purposes of subsection (2), the equalized assessment for 
the defined area shall be deemed to be the sum of, 

(a) the residential and farm assessment within the defined area upon 
which taxes are levied; and 



for those boards the apportionable sums are to be determined separately 
for elementary school purposes and for secondary school purposes. 

(3) This Regulation applies with necessary modifications to separate 
school boards referred to in sections 241 and 242 of the Act in the same 
manner that it applies to divisional boards. 

(4) Despite subsections (1) to (3), paragraph 3 of subsection 2 (2) 
does not apply to an apportionment by a divisional board or by a 
separate school board to a municipality situated in the County of 
Oxford, The District Municipality of Muskoka, or in an area where an 
assessment update has been carried out under subsection 371 (2) of the 
Municipal Act or subsection 135.3 (1) of the Regional Municipalities 
Act. 

5. Ontario Regulation 117/96 is revoked. 



12/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 81/97 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: February 28, 1997 

Approved: March 5, 1997 

Filed: March 6, 1997 

CALCULATION OF FEES FOR PUPILS— 1997 

1. In this Regulation, 

"A.D.E." means average daily enrolment for 1997 calculated under 
Ontario Regulation 79/97 (Calculation of Average Daily 
Enrolment); 

"current cost of operating", "elementary school pupil", "eligible sum 
for French as a first language", "eligible sum for French as a second 
language", "eligible sum for Native as a second language", "eligible 
sum for full-day kindergarten", "non-resident pupil", "O.E.", "pupil 
aged 21 or over", "P.A.C.", "R.O.E.", "resident-internal pupil" and 
"secondary school pupil" have the same meaning as in Ontario 
Regulation 78/97 (General Legislative Grants, 1997) except that, 

(a) in respect of a board appointed under section 68 of the Act, 
"current cost of operating" does not include current expenditure 
for furniture and equipment and for debt charges, and 

(b) if a board has entered into an agreement under subsection 
188 (3) of the Act that provides for a payment by the Crown in 
right of Canada to provide classroom accommodation for a 
specified number of pupils, the RA.C. for each such pupil shall 
be zero; 



(b) the quotient obtained by dividing by .85, the commercial 
assessment upon which taxes are levied, included in the last 
revised assessment roll for such defined area used for taxation 
purposes in 1997, equalized by using the 1979 assessment 
equalization factors set out in Schedule B to Ontario Regulation 
108/79. 

(4) Subsection (2) does not apply to a municipality if there has been 
an assessment update of all real property in the municipality. 

4. (1) This Regulation applies to divisional boards to which section 
257. 1 of the Act applies. 

(2) This Regulation applies with necessary modifications to 
divisional boards to which section 257.1 of the Act does not apply, and 



"day school A.D.E." means the average daily enrolment for 1997 
calculated under section 2 of Ontario Regulation 79/97 (Calculation 
of Average Daily Enrolment) that is in respect of resident-internal 
pupils and non-resident pupils of the board; 

"high cost program" means, 

(a) a special education program, other than a program provided in 
the board's school in lieu of an education program provided by 
a provincial school for the blind and the deaf or other similar 
program for which a general legislative grant is payable, or 

(b) a program that includes technological studies that qualify for 
one or more credits toward the secondary school graduation 
diploma or Ontario secondary school diploma; 



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541 



"school-based operating expenditure" means the current expenditure 
of the board that is in respect of expenditures in the version of the 
Uniform Code of Accounts provided by the Minister that is in effect 
in March, 1997 identified under the expenditure functions of school 
services (account code 34), day school instruction (account codes 
36, 37 and 38) and plant operation and maintenance (account codes 
70 to 75 inclusive), but does not include current expenditures for 
capital and replacements (account codes 700, 740 to 779 inclusive 
and 951 to 975 inclusive); 

"technological studies" means the courses developed from curriculum 
guidelines that are issued by the Minister for the intermediate 
division and senior division and listed under the heading 
"Technological Studies" in the circular entitled "Ontario Schools 
Intermediate and Senior Divisions Program and Diploma 
Requirements" issued by the Minister. 

2. This Regulation applies to fees for pupils in respect of the year 
1997. 



Fees Charged to Boards 

3. (1) Except as provided in subsection (10) and section 4, the fee in 
respect of a pupil whose fee is receivable from another board, from 
Canada or from a band, council of a band or education authority 
authorized by the Crown in right of Canada to provide education for 
Indians and the fee in respect of a pupil to whom subsection 49 (6) of 
the Act applies, shall be determined in the following manner: 

1. Subtract from the current cost of operating of the board that 
provides the instruction the school-based operating expenditure 
for elementary school purposes and secondary school purposes. 






Prorate the remainder from paragraph 1 to elementary school 
purposes and secondary school purposes in the ratio that the day 
school A.D.E. of elementary school pupils and the day school 
A.D.E. of secondary school pupils is to the total day school 
A.D.E. of the board. 



Add the amount determined in paragraph 2 for elementary 
school purposes to the school based operating expenditure for 
elementary school purposes and subtract the legislative grants 
payable to the board in respect of elementary school pupils for 
the eligible sum for French as a first language, the eligible sum 
for French as a second language, the eligible sum for Native as 
a second language, the eligible sum for full-day kindergarten 
and the reduction in class-size in grades 1 and 2 and the grant for 
pay equity as determined under sections 22 and 30 respectively 
of Ontario Regulation 78/97 (General Legislative Grants, 
1997). Divide that sum by the day school A.D.E. of elementary 
school pupils. 

Add the amount determined in paragraph 2 for secondary school 
purposes to the school based operating expenditure for second- 
ary school purposes and subtract the legislative grants payable 
to the board in respect of secondary school pupils for the eligible 
sum for French as a first language, the eligible sum for French 
as a second language, the eligible sum for Native as a second lan- 
guage and the grant for pay equity as determined under section 
30 of Ontario Regulation 78/97 (General Legislative Grants, 
1997). Divide that sum by the day school A.D.E. of secondary 
school pupils. 

Multiply the A.D.E. of each pupil to whom subsection 49 (6) of 
the Act applies or the A.D.E. of each pupil whose fee is 
receivable from another board, from Canada or from a band, 
council of a band or education authority, as the case may be, by 
the sum of, 



i. the amount determined under paragraph 3 or paragraph 4, as 
the case may be, and 

ii. the P.A.C. for that pupil. 

(2) Subparagraph ii of paragraph 5 of subsection (1) does not apply 
to a board that is appointed under section 68 of the Act. 

(3) The fee in respect of a pupil referred to in subsection (1) who is 
enrolled in a Native language program and whose fee is receivable from 
Canada or from a band, council of a band or education authority 
authorized by the Crown in right of Canada to provide education for 
Indians may be increased by an amount equal to the portion of the 
eligible sum for Native as a second language that would be generated 
for that pupil if the pupil were a resident pupil of the board. 

(4) The fee in respect of a pupil referred to in subsection (1) who is 
enrolled in a high cost program may be increased by multiplying the fee 
by a factor agreed upon by the board providing the instruction and the 
party from whom the fee is receivable. 

(5) If the board providing the instruction and the party from whom 
the fee is receivable cannot agree upon a factor, the factor shall be 
determined by three arbitrators. 

(6) If the fee is in respect of a pupil for whom the Minister pays the 
cost of education, the three arbitrators shall be, 

(a) one arbitrator appointed by the board that provides the 
instruction; 

(b) one arbitrator appointed by the Minister; and 

(c) one arbitrator appointed by the arbitrators appointed under 
clauses (a) and (b). 

(7) In all cases other than a case to which subsection (6) applies, the 
three arbitrators shall be, 

(a) one arbitrator appointed by the board that provides the 
instruction; 

(b) one arbitrator appointed by the party from whom the fee is 
receivable; and 

(c) one arbitrator appointed by the arbitrators appointed under 
clauses (a) and (b). 

(8) The decision of the arbitrators or a majority of them is final and 
binding upon the board providing the instruction and the party from 
whom the fee is receivable. 

(9) The number of pupils in a high cost program provided by the 
board in respect of whom the fee receivable by the board from a party 
may be increased under subsections (4) to (8) shall not exceed the 
amount obtained by, 

(a) multiplying the A.D.E. of pupils in respect of whom fees are 
receivable by the board from the party by the ratio of the A.D.E. 
of pupils registered in the high cost program to the A.D.E. of 
pupils enrolled in schools operated by the board; and 

(b) subtracting the product obtained in clause (a) from the A.D.E. of 
pupils registered in the high cost program in respect of whom 
fees are receivable by the board from the party. 

( 1 0) The fee in respect of a pupil aged 2 1 or over and who is referred 
to in subsection (1) shall be equal to the product of the A.D.E. of the 
pupil and $2,257 or such other amount that is agreed upon by the board 
providing the instruction and the party from whom the fee is receivable. 



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Fees Paid to Section 68 Hospital Boards 



4. The fee in respect of a pupil enrolled in a school operated by a 
board that is appointed under section 68 of the Act in a centre for the 
treatment of cerebral palsy, a crippled children's treatment centre, a 
hospital or a sanitorium shall be calculated by, 

(a) adding to the current cost of operating of the board that provides 
the instruction, the portion approved by the Minister for grant 
purposes of the expenditure for such year for the transportation 
of pupils and deducting from the total thereof the general 
legislative grants payable to the board for such year, except a 
grant that is equal to the cost of education; 

(b) dividing the amount determined under clause (a) by the sum of 
the days on which each pupil is enrolled at the school; and 

(c) multiplying the amount determined under clause (b) by the 
number of days for which the pupil whose fee is being calculated 
is enrolled at the school. 

Fees Charged To Parents Residing in Ontario 

5. ( 1 ) The fee charged by a board in respect of a pupil whose parent 
or guardian is resident in Ontario, other than a pupil whose fee is 
receivable from another board, from Canada or from a band, council of 
a band or education authority authorized by the Crown in right of 
Canada to provide education for Indians, shall not exceed the fee 
referred to in subsection (3) or (4), as the case requires. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a board that is appointed under 
section 68 of the Act. 

(3) The fee in respect of one or more pupils who reside with their 
parent or guardian in a school section, separate school zone or 
secondary school district on land that is exempt from taxation for 
school purposes shall not exceed, 

(a) $74 for each month the pupil or pupils are enrolled in an 
elementary school operated by the board; and 

(b) $74 for each month the pupil or pupils are enrolled in a 
secondary school operated by the board. 

(4) In the case of a pupil who is qualified to be a resident pupil of a 
school section, separate school zone or secondary school district, the 
fee in respect of the pupil shall not exceed, for each month the pupil is 
enrolled, the greater of, 

(a) $74; and 

(b) one-tenth of the sum of, 

(i) the quotient obtained by dividing, 

(A) the board's estimate of the excess of its O.E. for the 
year over its R.O.E., 

by, 

(B) the A.D.E. of the board for the year that is in respect of 
resident-internal and resident-external pupils of the 
board, and 

(ii) theRA.C. 

(5) If a pupil is enrolled in a high cost program, the amount 
calculated under subsection (4) may be increased by an amount that 
does not exceed the additional cost to the board of providing the high 
cost program to the pupil. 



Fees Charged to Parents Not Residing in Ontario 

6. ( 1 ) The fee in respect of a pupil whose parent or guardian does not 
reside in Ontario shall be such fee as the board providing the instruction 
to the pupil may determine and, except as is provided in subsection (3), 
shall not exceed the amount obtained by multiplying one-tenth of the 
sum of the quotient determined under paragraph 3 or 4, as the case may 
be, of section 3 and the PAC. for the pupil and multiplying that result 
by the number of months during which the pupil is enrolled in such year 
in a school operated by the board. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a pupil to whom subsection 
49 (6) of the Act applies. 

(3) The fee in respect of a pupil referred to in subsection (1) who is 
enrolled in a high cost program shall be increased by an amount that 
does not exceed the additional cost to the board of providing the high 
cost program to the pupil. 

Fees For Programs In Facilities 

7. (1) The fee charged by a board in respect of a pupil who is not 
qualified to be a resident pupil of the board and for whom an 
educational program is provided in a hospital or treatment centre shall 
be such fee as may be agreed upon between the board that provides the 
program and, 

(a) the board of which the pupil is qualified to be a resident pupil; 
or 

(b) if the pupil is not qualified to be a resident pupil of a board, the 
parent or guardian of the pupil. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a board that provides the 
educational program if the board, 

(a) is appointed under section 68 of the Act; or 

(b) receives a grant under section 27 of Ontario Regulation 78/97 
(General Legislative Grants, 1997) with respect to that educa- 
tional program. 

Fees for Continuing Education and Summer School 

8. The fee charged by a board in respect of a pupil who is enrolled 
in a continuing education or summer school program operated by the 
board shall be such fee as the board providing the instruction may 
determine except that the fee shall not exceed the product of, 

(a) the average daily enrolment that is calculated in respect of the 
pupil under section 3 of Ontario Regulation 79/97 (Calculation 
of Average Daily Enrolment); and 

(b) the quotient obtained by dividing the current expenditure of the 
board for continuing education and summer school courses or 
classes for which legislative grants are payable under Ontario 
Regulation 78/97 (General Legislative Grants, 1997) by the 
average daily enrolment that is calculated under section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 79/97 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrol- 
ment) in respect of resident-internal and non-resident pupils of 
the board enrolled in continuing education and summer school 
courses or classes for which legislative grants are payable under 
Ontario Regulation 78/97 (General Legislative Grants, 1997). 

9. Ontario Regulation 119/96 is revoked. 



John Snobelen 
Minister of Education and Training 



Dated at Toronto on February 28, 1997. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 82/97 

made under the 

UPHOLSTERED AND STUFFED ARTICLES ACT 

Made: March 5, 1997 
Filed: March 7, 1997 

Amending Reg. 1092 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 1092 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 445/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. (1) Subsections 7 (1.1) and (1.2) of Regulation 1092 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(1.1) A label in Form 1 shall be at least 6.4 centimetres in width by 
at least 9 centimetres in length. 

(1.2) A label in Form 2 shall be at least 7 centimetres in width by at 
least 2.5 centimetres in length. 

( 1 .3) A label in Form 2A shall be at least 5.5 centimetres in width by 
at least 1 .3 centimetres in length. 

(2) Subsection 7 (2) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or 
Form 2A" after "Form 2" in the third Une. 

(3) Subsection 7 (6) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Form 1 or Form 2" in the first and second lines and substituting 
"Form 1, Form 2 or Form 2A". 

(4) Clause 7 (8) (c) of the Regulation is amended by adding "or 
permitted" after "required" in the first line. 

(5) Subsection 7 (8.1) of the Regulation is revoked. 

2. The heading before section 9 of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

Processing of Down and Other Feather Products 

3. (1) Section 9 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Feathers or feather products" at the beginning and substituting 
"Down and other feather products". 

(2) Section 9 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(2) Down and other feather products used as stuffing shall be 
processed to meet or exceed the following levels of plumage 
cleanliness as determined using the CGSB-139.3 M 90 test: 

1 . 1 for do wn or u n cru she ci feather products. 

2. 1 5 for crushed feather products. 

4. Forms 1 and 2 of the Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted: 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 83/97 

made under the 

ENERGY ACT 

Made: March 5, 1997 
Filed: March 7, 1997 



COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS STORAGE, 
HANDLING AND UTILIZATION 

Definitions 



"pressure piping system" means the natural gas piping system at a 
refuelling station, including its equipment, components and 
accessories, where the system is designed to operate at a pressure 
above 410 kPa gauge (60 psig); 

"private outlet" means a premises at which NGV is dispensed into the 
fuel container of motor vehicles used by the operator of the 
outlet.using VRA's capable of a total output of over 0.3 cubic 
metre/minute (10 cubic feet/minute); 

"professional engineer" means a professional engineer within the 
meaning of the Professional Engineers Act; 



1. In this Regulation, 
"approved" means, 

(a) acceptable to the Director, 

(b) with respect to a standard or a laboratory test report, that the 
standard or laboratory test report is accepted by the Director, 



"refuelling station" means, 

(a) a facility for the dispensing of NGV and includes all stationary 
equipment and associated components downstream from the 
outlet of the meter station of the utility supplying natural gas, but 
does not include a private outlet, 

(b) a facility composed of one or more than one VRA that has been 
altered by the addition of containers storing NGV, or 



(c) with respect to an appliance, that the appliance bears the label or 
symbol of a designated testing organization certifying compli- 
ance with an approved standard or a laboratory test report, 



(c) any combination of facilities referred to in clauses (a) and (b); 
"registration" means a registration referred to in section 13 of the Act; 



(d) with respect to a component, accessory or equipment other than 
the pressure piping system at a refuelling station, that the 
equipment, component or accessory bears the label or symbol of 
a designated testing organization certifying compliance with an 
approved standard or a laboratory test report, and 

(e) with respect to an installation or work, that the installation or 
work, as the case may be, complies with this Regulation; 

"bulk container" means a container that is designed to be permanently 
attached to a vehicle for the purpose of transporting NGV; 

"certificate", except in sections 27, 28 and 30, means a certificate 
referred to in section 14 of the Act; 

"Code" means the Ontario Compressed Natural Gas Code, 1997 
amended from time to time and adopted as part of this Regulation 
under section 2; 

"engineering services" means services performed by a person for the 
purposes of this Act and includes services for reviewing plans or 
drawings, services relating to requests for variances or deviations, 
services for monitoring field development projects and services 
relating to site remediation and general consultations; 

"installation" means the act of installing a component, accessory or 
other equipment on a natural gas vehicle or a facility for refuelling 
natural gas vehicles or any other facility at which natural gas is 
handled; 

"licence" means a licence referred to in section 12 of the Act; 

"natural gas" means natural gas that consists primarily of methane in 
gaseous state, with contaminants not exceeding the values set out in 
Part 2 of the Code; 

"natural gas vehicle" means a motor vehicle that is propelled or driven 
by an internal combustion engine fuelled by natural gas; 

"NGV" means natural gas to be used as engine fuel for a natural gas 
vehicle; 



"vehicle conversion centre" means a premises used to install, activate, 
alter, repair, service, purge, or remove any part of a natural gas fuel 
system on a vehicle; 

"VRA" means a vehicle refuelling appliance that consists of a natural 
gas compressor package not containing storage, that has a flow rate 
not in excess of 0.3 cubic metre/minute (10 cubic feet/minute) and 
that is intended for unattended refuelling. 

Code 

2. (1) The publication entitled the Ontario Compressed Natural Gas 
Code, 1997 as amended from time to time, issued by the Engineering 
and Standards Branch, Technical Standards Division of the Ministry of 
Consumer and Commercial Relations and the standards and laboratory 
test reports referred to in it to the extent they apply to the Code, are 
adopted as part of this Regulation. 

(2) All persons engaged in the handling of compressed natural gas or 
in the selling, renting, installing, activating, altering, maintaining, 
servicing, purging, removing or operating compressed natural gas 
equipment or the fuel systems of natural gas vehicles shall comply with 
the Code. 

(3) If a provision of this Regulation conflicts with a provision of the 
Code, the provision of this Regulation applies. 

Designated Testing Organizations 

3. (1) The Canadian Gas Association, the Canadian Standards 
Association, the Underwriters' Laboratories of Canada and the 
Underwriters' Laboratories Inc. are designated as organizations to test 
appliances, equipment, components and accessories to approved 
standards or laboratory test reports. 

(2) A designated testing organization may test an appliance, 
equipment, component or accessory for which there is no approved 
standard or laboratory test report, in which case it shall report its 
findings to the Director who may accept the report. 

(3) A person may apply to a designated testing organization to have 
an appliance, equipment, component or accessory tested under this 
section. 



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(4) A designated testing organization that tests an appliance, 
equipment, component or accessory shall place its label or symbol on 
it if, 

(a) it conforms to the applicable approved standard or laboratory 
test report; or 

(b) the Director accepts a report on it under subsection (2). 

Refuelling Stations— Construction and Alteration 

4. (1) No person shall start or cause or permit to be started the 
construction of a refuelling station or the making of an alteration to a 
refuelling station unless, 

(a) the person has obtained the Director's written approval of the 
design of the station or the alteration; or 

(b) the person has submitted to the Director, 

(i) a legible plan in duplicate drawn to scale showing the design 
of the station or the alteration signed and sealed by a 
professional engineer, 

(ii) the statutory declaration of the professional engineer 
declaring that the design complies with all applicable 
requirements of this Regulation, and 

(iii) in the case of an alteration, the evidence required by clause 
6 (3) (a), if the Director requests it. 

(2) An application for the Director's approval of the design of a 
refuelling station or an alteration to a refuelling station shall consist of, 

(a) a legible plan in triplicate drawn to scale showing the design of 
the station or the alteration; 

(b) in the case of an alteration, the evidence referred to in clauses 6 
(3) (a) to (d), if the Director requests it; and 

(c) sufficient information for the Director to determine whether the 
design of the station or the alteration complies with this 
Regulation. 

(3) An applicant for the Director's approval of the design of a 
refuelling station or an alteration to a refuelling station shall pay a fee 
for the Director to have a design review done. 

(4) Upon approving a design, the Director shall mark the approval on 
one copy of each plan submitted by the applicant and shall return it to 
the applicant. 

5. Except if the VRA is connected to storage or is located at a private 
outlet, no person shall install a VRA unless the VRA is installed in 
accordance with Part 9 of the CAN/CGA B 149.1-M95 Standard 
entitled the Natural Gas Installation Code as it exists on the day this 
Regulation comes into force. 

Licences for Refuelling Stations 

6. (1) A licence to operate a refuelling station is valid for only one 
refuelling station. 

(2) An applicant for a licence to operate a refuelling station shall 
complete and sign an application in a form authorized by the Director 
and shall submit the application to the Director. 

(3) An application for a licence to operate a refuelling station shall 
include, 



(a) evidence acceptable to the Director from the municipality where 
the refuelling station is located indicating that the use of the 
station for its intended purpose does not contravene the zoning 
by-laws of the municipality; 

(b) evidence acceptable to the Director that the refuelling station 
and all related piping comply with Ontario Regulation 546/% 
(Gas Utilization Code) made under the Act, if piping at the 
station downstream from the meter station of the natural gas 
distributor is designed for pressure of 410 kPa gauge (60 psig) 
or less; 

(c) if the Director requests, evidence acceptable to the Director that 
the pressure piping system and natural gas containers installed 
at the refuelling station meet the requirements of the Boilers and 
Pressure Vessels Act, if the system or containers are designed for 
pressure of more than 410 kPa gauge (60 psig); 

.(d) evidence acceptable to the Director that a certificate of inspec- 
tion has been issued by Ontario Hydro certifying compliance of 
the electrical system of the refuelling station with the Electrical 
Safety Code, being O. Reg. 612/94 as amended under the Power 
Corporation Act; and 

(e) payment of the fee set out in the Schedule. 

(4) The Director shall not issue a licence to operate a refuelling 
station unless the applicant for the licence submits a completed 
application and, 

(a) an inspection of the refuelling station referred to in the 
application, confirms that the station complies with this 
Regulation; or 

(b) the Director is otherwise satisfied that the refuelling station 
referred to in the application complies with this Regulation. 

7. The holder of a licence to operate a refuelling station shall display 
it in a conspicuous place at the refuelling station referred to in the 
licence. 

8. (1) If an alteration is made to a refuelling station after the Director 
has issued a licence to operate the refuelling station, no person shall 
operate the station or permit the station to be operated unless the holder 
of the licence has obtained the Director's written approval of the 
alteration. 

(2) The Director shall not approve an alteration to a refuelling station 
unless, 

(a) an inspection of the refuelling station confirms that the station, 
including the alteration, complies with this Regulation; or 

(b) the Director is otherwise satisfied that the refuelling station, 
including the alteration, complies with this Regulation. 

Licences for Transport Vehicles 

9. (1) A licence to transport NGV in a bulk container on a transport 
vehicle is valid for only one transport vehicle. 

(2) An applicant for a licence to transport NGV in a bulk container 
on a transport vehicle shall complete and sign an application in a form 
authorized by the Director and shall submit the application to the 
Director, together with payment of the fee set out in the Schedule. 

(3) The Director shall not issue a licence to transport NGV in a bulk 
container on a transport vehicle unless the applicant for the licence 
submits a completed application and, 

(a) an inspection of the transport vehicle referred to in the 
application, confirms that the vehicle complies with this 
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(b) the Director is otherwise satisfied that the transport vehicle 
referred to in the application complies with this Regulation. 

10. The holder of a licence to transport NGV in a bulk container on 
a transport vehicle shall carry it in or on the vehicle referred to in the 
licence. 

Approval of Private Outlets 

11. (1) No person shall operate a private outlet unless the operator 
of it has obtained the Director's written approval to operate the outlet. 

(2) The Director shall not issue an approval to operate a private outlet 
unless the operator of it submits to the Director a statutory declaration 
signed by a certified gas technician (G.l or G.2) under the Act that 
verifies that, 

(a) the installation of the outlet complies with Part 9 of the 
CAN/CGA B149.1 M95-Standard as it exists on the day this 
Regulation comes into force; and 

(b) the operator has notified the municipality where the outlet is 
located of the location. 

(3) An approval to operate a private outlet expires if a change, 
alteration or addition is made to the private outlet after the approval is 
issued. 

(4) An approval to operate a private outlet is not transferable. 

12. The operator of a private outlet who has obtained the Director's 
approval to operate the outlet shall display it at the outlet so that it is 
readily visible. 

13. No person shall supply natural gas to a private outlet unless the 
operator of the outlet has obtained the Director's written approval to 
operate the outlet and has displayed it at the outlet so that it is readily 
visible. 

Registration of Contractors 

14. ( 1 ) No person other than a contractor who has registered with the 
Director shall carry on the business of, or a business that includes, 

(a) operating a vehicle conversion centre; 

(b) installing, removing, repairing, altering or servicing a pressure 
piping system. 

(2) An applicant is entitled to registration as a contractor upon, 

(a) submitting to the Director an application in a form authorized by 
the Director that is completed and signed by the applicant; and 

(b) paying the fee set out in the Schedule. 

(3) A registered contractor who operates a vehicle conversion centre 
shall not operate it at a location other than that specified in the 
registration. 

15. The holder of a registration shall display it in a conspicuous 
place at the business address set out on the registration. 

General — Licences and Registrations 

16. (1) A licence or registration under this Regulation expires, 

(a) 12 months after it is issued, if it is not issued for a temporary 
purpose; or 



(b) at the time stated on it which shall be earlier than 1 2 months after 
it is issued, if it is issued for a temporary purpose. 

(2) A licence or registration, as the case may be, shall state the date 
on which it was issued and the date on which it expires. 

17. The holder of a licence or registration under this Regulation who 
is not in arrears of any fees owed to the Director is eligible for a renewal 
of the licence or registration upon paying to the Director the fee for a 
renewal set out in the Schedule before the licence or registration 
expires. 

18. (1) A licence or registration under this Regulation is not 
transferable. 

(2) If the name or address on a licence or registration changes, the 
holder shall promptly apply to the Director for a licence or registration 
containing the new name or address. 

(3) An applicant is entitled to receive a licence or registration 
containing the new name or address upon paying to the Director the fee 
set out in the Schedule. 

(4) A holder whose licence or registration is lost or destroyed shall 
promptly apply to the Director for a duplicate of it. 

(5) An applicant is entitled to receive a duplicate licence or 
registration upon paying to the Director the fee set out in the Schedule. 

(6) A person who obtains a duplicate licence or registration because 
the original was lost, shall promptly return the duplicate to the Director 
upon finding the original. 

Operation of Refuelling Stations 

19. No person shall knowingly supply compressed natural gas to a 
refuelling station or to a VRA that contains substances in excess of the 
quantities listed in Clause 2.12 of the Code. 

20. The holder of a licence to operate a refuelling station shall not 
operate the refuelling station or permit the refuelling station to be 
operated except in accordance with this Regulation. 

21. ( 1 ) A holder of a licence to operate a refuelling station where the 
dispensing pressure is controlled by a dome-load type system shall 
check the dispensing pressure at least once every two weeks by means 
approved for the purpose and shall, 

(a) record the date of the check, the ambient temperature, the dis- 
pensing pressure and the temperature-compensated dispensing 
pressure; 

(b) maintain the record for at least two years after it is made; and 

(c) produce the record, upon request, for examination by an 
inspector. 

(2) If the check reveals that the dispensing pressure is more than the 
approved allowable pressure, the holder of the licence shall immedi- 
ately, 

(a) have the temperature-compensating pressure-limiting device of 
the system checked and serviced; and 

(b) cease all NGV dispensing operations at the refuelling station 
until the device is operating in accordance with the requirements 
of the Code. 

22. ( 1 ) A holder of a licence to operate a refuelling station where the 
dispensing pressure is controlled by an automatic temperature-compen- 
sating pressure-limiting device shall check the system at least once 
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(a) record the date of the check, the ambient temperature, the dis- 
pensing pressure and the temperature-compensated dispensing 
pressure; 

(b) maintain the record for at least two years after it is made; and 

(c) produce the record, upon request, for examination by an 
inspector. 

(2) If the check reveals that the device is not operating in accordance 
with the requirements of the Code, the holder of the licence shall, 

(a) have the device reset, serviced or repaired; and 

(b) cease all NGV dispensing operations at the refuelling station 
until the device is operating in accordance with the requirements 
of the Code. 

23. (1) The holder of a licence to operate a refuelling station shall 
ensure that the attendants at the refuelling station are trained in the safe 
use of the refuelling equipment, dispensing equipment, emergency 
shut-down switches and emergency valves at the refuelling station and 
in the safe handling of compressed natural gas. 

(2) The holder of a licence to operate a refuelling station shall make 
a record of the training given under subsection (1) and retain it at the 
refuelling station. 

(3) The holder of a licence to operate a refuelling station shall 
promptly notify the Director of all accidents or failures of equipment, 
components, accessories or works that result in a release of natural gas 
at the refuelling station. 

24. ( 1 ) The operator of a natural gas vehicle shall turn off the engine 
of the vehicle before refuelling the vehicle at a refuelling station. 

(2) No person at a refuelling station shall have in possession lighted 
smoking materials or any other source of ignition within three metres 
(10 feet) of a point of transfer of natural gas, a vehicle refuelling 
receptacle or a container being refuelled. 

(3) No person shall refuel a natural gas vehicle at a refuelling station 
unless, 

(a) the engine ignition of the vehicle has been turned off; 

(b) the main burner and pilot light, if any, of an appliance on board 
the vehicle has been turned off; and 

(c) the vehicle's refuelling receptacle is at least three metres (10 
feet) from a source of ignition. 

25. ( 1 ) The holder of a licence to operate a fast fill refuelling station 
shall prepare or cause to be prepared an operating manual for the station 
that sets out the general operating procedures of the station, including 
procedures for the station regarding security, safety requirements, 
emergency procedures and routine maintenance. 

(2) The holder of a licence to operate a fast fill refuelling station 
shall, 

(a) ensure that each station operator and station attendant has read 
and understands the operating manual for the station; 

(b) keep the operating manual at the station for use by the operator 
and the attendant; and 



(c) make the operating manual for the station available, on request, 
for examination by an inspector. 

26. (1) The holder of a licence to operate a fast fill refuelling station 
shall ensure that each attendant in control of the equipment referred to 
in clauses 4 and 5 of the CAN/CGA B 108-M95 Standard entitled the 
NGV Refuelling Stations Installation Code as it exists on the day this 
Regulation comes into force, 

(a) monitors not more than 12 hydrocarbon fuel dispensers at a time, 
whether or not the dispensers are dispensing; 

(b) has a two-way communication system to communicate with 
persons at a natural gas dispenser monitored by the console 
attendant; 

(c) has an unobstructed view of each natural gas dispenser moni- 
tored by the attendant and of a person operating the dispenser; 
and 

(d) has an emergency shut-down switch that is within easy reach of 
the console and that can simultaneously shut off all dispensers 
at the station regardless of the product being dispensed. 

(2) A holder of a licence to operate a fast fill refuelling station is not 
required to comply with clause (1) (c) if the station is equipped with a 
system of video monitoring that, 

(a) allows the attendant a constant view of the dispensing equip- 
ment; and 

(b) automatically turns off all dispensers monitored by the system if 
the system fails. 

(3) An attendant referred to in subsection (1) at a fast fill refuelling 
station where self-serve dispensing occurs shall, 

(a) not activate a dispenser unless safe dispensing can start; 

(b) be in constant attendance at the console while a dispenser is in 
use; 

(c) if a fire, explosion, natural gas release, fuel spill or any other 
hazardous condition occurs at the station, activate an emergency 
shut-down switch to shut-off all dispensers at the station, 
regardless of the product being dispensed, until a safe condition 
has been restored; and 

(d) operate the station in accordance with the operating manual for 
the station. 

Vehicle Conversion 

27. (1) A contractor who converts a vehicle to natural gas shall, 

(a) ensure that the conversion complies with this Regulation, 
including Part 4 of the Code; 

(b) ensure that the vehicle has the labels required by the Code 
affixed to it; 

(c) supply an instruction manual on the operation of natural gas fuel 
systems to the owner of the vehicle; and 

(d) complete a fuel system certificate in a form authorized by the 
Director, in respect of every natural gas container installed on or 
removed from the vehicle. 

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(a) provide one copy of the certificate to the owner of the vehicle 
referred to in the certificate within 30 days of the installation or 
removal of the natural gas container referred to in the certificate; 

(b) retain one copy of the certificate for at least five years from the 
date of the certificate and produce it, on request, for examination 
by an inspector. 

28. (1) If a contractor who operates a vehicle conversion centre 
installs on a vehicle a single natural gas container having a water 
capacity in excess of 300 litres, the contractor shall not release the 
vehicle unless a professional engineer has provided a certificate to the 
contractor stating that, 

(a) the installation of the natural gas container and the natural gas 
fuel system of the vehicle complies with the Code; 

(b) the installation has not weakened the vehicle structure beyond 
that required to perform its function; and 

(c) the installation has not moved the centre of gravity of the vehicle 
outside the design specification of the vehicle and has not 
increased the weight of the vehicle beyond its gross vehicle 
weight. 

(2) The contractor shall provide promptly to the owner of the vehicle 
on which the natural gas container was installed, 

(a) a copy of the certificate of the professional engineer; and 

(b) a certificate stating the revised gross vehicle weight after the 
conversion. 

(3) The contractor shall, 

(a) keep a copy of every certificate of a professional engineer 
referred to in subsection (1) for at least ten years from the date 
of installation of the natural gas container referred to in the 
certificate; and 

(b) upon request, provide a copy of a certificate referred to in clause 
(a) for examination by an inspector. 



(b) the contractor affixes the labels required by the Code to the 
vehicle; and 

(c) the contractor provides the transferee with the certificates 
referred to in clause 27 ( 1 ) (d) and 28 (2) (b), if they are required. 

(3) A contractor who inspects the natural gas fuel system of a natural 
gas vehicle for the purpose of subsection (1) or (2) shall issue a 
certificate to the owner of the vehicle certifying that the natural gas 
system of the vehicle does not leak and is safe for continuous use on the 
vehicle identified in the certificate if the inspection shows that such is 
the case. 

Containers 

31. (1) No person shall transfer natural gas to a portable container 
unless the person holds a licence to operate a refuelling station or is an 
employee of the licence holder. 

(2) A person who transfers natural gas to a portable container shall 
ensure that, 

(a) the container is not filled to a pressure that exceeds the 
equivalent of its service pressure rating using a temperature 
compensating dispensing system; 

(b) the container valve is protected by a shroud or cap; and 

(c) the container is approved under the regulations made under the 
Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act (Canada). 

(3) No person shall transport a portable container unless, 

(a) the container valve is protected by a shroud or cap; 

(b) the container is secured to prevent movement during transport; 
and 

(c) the container is in a ventilated space. 

32. (1) No person shall transfer natural gas or permit natural gas to 
be transferred to or from a bulk container unless the person holds a 
licence to operate a refuelling station or is an employee of the licence 
holder. 



Vehicle Fuel Systems 

29. No person shall knowingly supply natural gas to the fuel system 
of a natural gas vehicle or to a container except in accordance with this 
Regulation. 

30. (1) A person who installs, alters, repairs, services, or removes 
NGV components on the person's personal vehicle shall not use the 
vehicle unless, 

(a) a contractor who operates a vehicle conversion centre inspects 
the natural gas fuel system of the vehicle at the vehicle conver- 
sion centre and the inspection shows that the system does not 
leak and is safe for continuous use on the vehicle; and 

(b) the contractor affixes the labels required by the Code to the 
vehicle. 

(2) No person shall transfer the ownership of a used natural gas 
vehicle unless, 

(a) a contractor who operates a vehicle conversion centre inspects 
the natural gas fuel system of the vehicle at the vehicle conver- 
sion centre and the inspection shows that the system does not 
leak and is safe for continuous use on the vehicle; 



(2) No person shall load, unload or operate a vehicle that transports 
natural gas in bulk containers unless the person has been trained by the 
holder of a licence to transport natural gas in bulk containers and the 
holder is satisfied that the person can safely operate natural gas transfer 
equipment including emergency shut-down switches and emergency 
valves. 

Exemptions 

33. (1) A person who operates a private outlet or a VRA is exempt 
from section 12 of the Act. 

(2) A natural gas compressor that is not part of a VRA is exempt from 
section 10 of the Act. 

(3) A natural gas vehicle is exempt from section 10 of the Act. 

(4) A person who transports natural gas in a portable container is 
exempt from section 12 of the Act. 

(5) An original equipment manufacturer who manufactures natural 
gas vehicles is exempt from section 13 of the Act in respect of the 
vehicles. 

(6) A person who is an employee of a manufacturer referred to in 
subsection (5) and who, in that capacity, performs labour at the 



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premises of the manufacturer to make new natural gas vehicles is 
exempt from section 14 of the Act. 

(7) A person who installs, alters, purges, activates, repairs, services 
or removes NGV components on the person's own vehicle is exempt 
from section 14 of the Act. 

(8) A person who installs, alters, purges, activates, repairs, services 
or removes a part of a natural gas vehicle other than the natural gas fuel 
system of the vehicle is exempt from section 14 of the Act. 



Fees 



34, ( 1 ) The fees set out in the Schedule are payable for the items that 
are specified. 

(2) If the Director or an inspector causes inspection or engineering 
services to be provided to a person for the purpose of carrying out 
powers or duties under the Act and this Regulation, the person shall pay 
the fees set out in the Schedule for those services. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 84/97 

made under the 

ONTARIO PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1994 

Made: March 4, 1997 
Filed: March 7, 1997 

Revoking O. Reg. 479/73 
(County of Peel (now The Regional Municipality of Peel), Town of 
Mississauga (now part of the cities of Brampton and Mississauga)) 

1. Ontario Regulations 479/73, 172/74, 996/74, 190/75, 411/75, 
449/75, 674/75, 675/75, 764/75, 28/76, 242/76, 394/76, 401/76. 
548/76, 644/76, 814/76, 173/77, 174/77, 281/77, 302/77, 327/77, 
626/77, 729/77, 815/77, 857/77, 858/77, 899/77, 133/78, 158/78. 
159/78, 359/78, 369/78, 458/78, 471/78, 472/78, 684/78, 762/78. 
822/78, 13/79, 96/79, 263/79, 644/79, 21/80, 24/80, 161/80, 271/80, 
346/80, 513/80, 692/80, 759/80, 760/80, 792/80, 1002/80, 60/81 
198/81, 240/81, 244/81, 245/81, 319/81, 329/81, 464/81, 537/81 
715/82, 119/83, 203/83, 370/84, 722/84, 383/85, 617/85 and 407/8« 
are revoked. 



(3) The fees for inspection or engineering services shall include, 
where applicable, the travel time and reasonable travel and living 
expenses incurred by the inspector or the person providing the 
engineering services. 

(4) A fee set out in the Schedule that is expressed as an amount per 
hour is payable on the basis of each quarter hour or part of a quarter hour 
that the person charging the fee spends, subject to the minimum set out 
in the Schedule. 

35. This Regulation comes into force 60 days after it is filed. 
Schedule 

FEES 



Meredith Beresfore 

Directoi 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on March 4, 1997. 



12/97 



1. 


Application for a licence to operate 
a refuelling station or a transport 
vehicle or a renewal of the licence 


$90.00 


2. 


Application for registration as a 
contractor or a renewal of the 
registration 


210.00 


3. 


Issuance of a licence or registration 


15.00 




4. 


Issuance of a duplicate licence or 
registration 


15.00 


5. 


Engineering services 


120.00 

per hour for each 

person providing the 

services, minimum of 

one hour 


6. 


Inspection services 


120.00 

per hour for each 

inspector providing 

the services, minimum 

of one hour 


7. 


Labels for natural gas vehicles . . . 


100.00 

per package of ten 

labels 



ONTARIO REGULATION 85/97 

made under the 

ONTARIO PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1994 

Made: March 4, 1997 
Filed: March 7, 1997 

Revoking O. Reg. 477/73 

(County of Peel (now The Regional Municipality of Peel), Township 

of Chinguacousy (now the City of Brampton)) 

1. Ontario Regulations 477/73, 262/76 and 691/81 are revoked. 



Meredith Beresforc 

Directoi 

Provincial Planning Services Brand 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



12/97 



Dated at Toronto on March 4, 1997. 



12/97 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 86/97 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 11, 1997 
Filed: March 11, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 136/95 
(Delegation of Authority of Minister to Give Consents) 

Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 136/95 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 11/96, 426/96 and 564/96. 
For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the 
Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



1. Subsections 2 (1) and (2) of Ontario Regulation 136/95 are 
revoked. 



2. Section 3 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 



3. The delegation under section 1 does not apply to any application 
for consent under section 53 of the Act made before March 28, 1995 to 
a council or planning board that had been delegated the authority to 
give consents under section 53 of the Act before March 28, 1995. 



3. Section 4 of the Regulation is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 



4. A delegation of authority in this Regulation is not terminated by 
reason only that a condition to which the delegation is subject is not 
complied with. 



4. Schedule 3 to the Regulation is revoked. 



5. (1) The definition of "approval authority" in section 1 of 
Schedule 4 to the Regulation is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 



"approval authority" means the municipal council or planning board 
that has been delegated the authority to grant a consent in section 1 
of this Regulation in respect of land that is the subject of an applica- 
tion for a consent, and includes a delegate of the municipal council; 



(2) The definition of "official" in section 1 of Schedule 4 to the 
Regulation is amended by adding "and" at the end of clause (b) and 
by revoking clause (c). 



6. All authority delegated to the Parry Sound District Land Divi- 
sion Committee under Ontario Regulation 136/95 is withdrawn with 
respect to an application, even if it was made before this Regulation 
comes into force, as long as a final decision has not been made in 
respect of the application before this Regulation comes into force. 



7. This Regulation comes into force on March 11, 1997. 

Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on March 1 1, 1997. 

13/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 87/97 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: March 11, 1997 
Filed: March 12, 1997 

RESTRUCTURING COMMISSION UNDER 

SECTION 25.3 FOR THE COUNTY OF KENT AND 

CITY OF CHATHAM 

1. A Commission is established to develop a restructuring proposal 
for the locality comprised of the geographic area of the County of Kent, 
including the City of Chatham. 

2. The Commission shall be composed of one member to be 
appointed by the Minister. 

3. (1) The following types of restructuring are established as types 
of restructuring for the purposes of the restructuring proposal to be 
developed by the Commission: 

1. Amalgamating local municipalities or annexing to a local 
municipality, a part of a local municipality. 

2. Separating a local municipality or part of a local municipality 
from a county. 

3. Joining a local municipality or part of a local municipality to a 
county. 

4. Dissolving a county. 

5. Dissolving all or part of a local municipality. 

6. Incorporating a local municipality. 
(2) Subsection (1) does not include, 

(a) a restructuring that results in any part of a county not being part 
of a local municipality; 

(b) a restructuring that results in any part of a local municipality 
being part of a county if any other part of the local municipality 
is not part of that county; 

(c) a restructuring that results in a county consisting of a single local 
municipality; 

(d) a restructuring that results in an increase in the number of local 
municipalities. 



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(3) Subsection (1) does not include a restructuring of a municipality 
outside the locality described in section 1 . 

4. The Commission is authorized to determine its costs and to 
apportion the costs among the municipalities in the locality described 
in section 1 . 



(3) Subsections (1) and (2) apply to those lands in the geographic 
Township of Delamere in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being part 
of Lot 11 in Concession I, more particularly described as Parcel 31414 
Sudbury East Section and designated as Part 1 on Reference Plan 
SR-661, deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles 
Division of Sudbury (No. 53). 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on March 11, 1997. 



13/97 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on March 6, 1997. 



13/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 88/97 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 6, 1997 
Filed: March 12, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 174/%, 322/%, 419/96, 
473/%, 474/96, 13/97, 60/97, 61/97, 62/97, 63/97, 64/97, 
65/97, 66/97 and 70/97. For prior amendments, see the Tables 
of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is amended by adding 
the following section: 

158. (1) Despite subsection 22 (1) of the Order, a towing, tire repair 
and salvage operation is permitted on the lands described in subsection 
(3) if the following requirements are met: 



Minimum lot area 
Minimum lot frontage 
Maximum lot coverage 
Minimum front yard 
Minimum rear yard 
Minimum side yards 
Maximum height of building 



2,300 square metres 

45 metres 

20 percent 

12 metres 

3 metres 

6 metres 

9 metres 



ONTARIO REGULATION 89/97 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 6, 1997 
Filed: March 12, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 19%, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/%, 1 74/96, 322/96, 4 1 9/%, 
473/%, 474/%, 13/97, 60/97, 61/97, 62/97, 63/97, 64/97, 
65/97, 66/97, 70/97 and 88/97. For prior amendments, see the 
Tables of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and the 
Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is amended by adding 
the following section: 

159. (1) Despite section 8 of this Order, a seasonal dwelling together 
with accessory buildings and structures may be erected, located and 
used on the lands described in subsection (2) if the following require- 
ments are met: 



Minimum lot area 
Minimum lot frontage 
Maximum lot coverage 
Minimum front yard 
Minimum rear yard 
Minimum side yards 
Maximum height of building 



2,000 square metres 

30 metres 

30 per cent 

5.5 metres 

8 metres 
3 metres 

9 metres 



(2) Despite subsection (1), the storage of derelict vehicles on the 
lands described in subsection (3) is subject to the following require- 
ments: 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to those lands in the geographic Township 
of Servos in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being part of Lot 11, 
Concession XI, more particularly described as Parcel 30229 Sudbury 
East Section. 



Minimum distance from 
front lot line 

Minimum distance from 
internal side lot line 

Minimum distance from 
external side lot line 

Minimum distance from 
rear lot line 



158 metres 

46 metres 

110 metres 

46 metres 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on March 6, 1997. 



13/97 



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O. Reg. 92/97 565 



ONTARIO REGULATION 90/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 10, 1997 
Filed: March 12, 1997 



(2) Despite section 8 and subsection 32 (1) of the Order, every use 
of land and every erection, location or use of buildings or structures on 
the land described in subsection (3) is prohibited except a marina 
together with accessory buildings and structures if the following 
requirements are met: 



Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 174/%, 322/96, 419/%, 
473/96, 474/96, 13/97, 60/97, 61/97, 62/97, 63/97, 64/97, 
65/97, 66/97, 70/97, 88/97 and 89/97. For prior amendments, 
see the Tables of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 
and the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is amended by adding 
the following section: 

1 60. ( 1 ) Despite section 8 of the Order, a seasonal dwelling together 
with accessory buildings and structures may be erected, located and 
used on the lands described in subsection (3). 

(2) Despite paragraph 1 of subsection 23 (4) of the Order, the mini- 
mum lot area requirement for the lands described in subsection (3) shall 
be 1,200 square metres. 

(3) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in the geographic 
Township of Rathbun in the Territorial District of Sudbury being 
composed of part of Lot 1 in Concession I more particularly described 
as Part of Parcel 47658 Sudbury East Section, designated as Part 1 on 
Plan 53R-10728 deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 53). 



1. 


Minimum lot area 


2,300 


square metres 


2. 


Minimum lot frontage 


45 


metres 


3. 


Maximum lot coverage 


20 


per cent 


4. 


Minimum front yard 


12 


metres 


5. 


Minimum rear yard 


9 


metres 


6. 


Minimum side yards 


6 


metres 


7. 


Maximum height of building 


9 


metres 


8. 


Maximum number of boat slips 


90 




9. 


Maximum number of parking 
spaces 


150 




10. 


Maximum number of seasonal 
dwellings 


3 





(3) Subsections (1) and (2) apply to those lands in the geographic 
Township of Ulster in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being Parcel 
10284 Sudbury West Section, Location AE 206. 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on March 6, 1997. 



13/97 



Dated at Toronto on March 10, 1997. 



13/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 92/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 



ONTARIO REGULATION 91/97 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 6, 1997 
Filed: March 12, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 19%, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/%, 174/%, 322/96, 419/%, 
473/96, 474/96, 13/97, 60/97, 61/97, 62/97, 63/97, 64/97, 
65/97, 66/97, 70/97, 88/97, 89/97 and 90/97. For prior 
amendments, see the Tables of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Schedule 3 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is amended by adding 
the following section: 



Made: March 13, 1997 
Filed: March 14, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 1 74/%, 322/%, 4 1 9/%, 
473/%, 474/%, 13/97, 60/97, 61/97, 62/97, 63/97, 64/97, 
65/97, 66/97, 70/97, 88/97, 89/97, 90/97 and 91/97. For prior 
amendments, see the Tables of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is amended by adding 
the following section: 

161. (1) Despite paragraph 1 of subsection 23 (3) of the Order, the 
minimum lot area requirement for uses, buildings and structures on the 
land described in subsection (3) is 836 square metres. 



2. (1) Despite subsection 4 (1) of the Order, the land described in 
subsection (3) shall be deemed to be land in a General Commercial 
Zone. 



(2) Despite paragraph 2 of subsection 23 (3) of the Order, the mini- 
mum lot frontage requirement for uses, buildings and structures on the 
land described in subsection (3) is 27 metres. 



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(3) Subsections (1) and (2) apply to that parcel of land in the 
geographic Township of Bigwood, in the Territorial District of 
Sudbury, being part of Lot 3 in Concession I, more particularly 
described as Parcel 44940 Sudbury East Section and part of Parcel 
10307 Sudbury East Section designated as Part 1 on Plan 53R-14702 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of 
Sudbury (No. 53). 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on March 13, 1997. 



13/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 93/97 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 13, 1997 
Filed: March 14, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 174/96, 322/96, 
419/96, 473/96 474/%, 13/97, 60/97, 61/97, 62/97, 63/97, 
64/97, 65/97, 66/97, 70/97, 88/97, 89/97, 90/97, 91/97 and 
92/97. For prior amendments, see the Tables of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Subsection 51 (1) of Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

51. (1) Despite subsection 22 (1), an automobile body-shop 
together with a retail outfitters store may be erected, located and used 
on the land described in subsection (2). 

(1.1) Despite section 1 6, no building or structure shall be located on 
the land described in subsection (2) within 14 metres from the limit of 
a highway. 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on March 13, 1997. 



13/97 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 94/97 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: March 12, 1997 

Approved: March 18, 1997 

Filed: March 18, 1997 

Amending Reg. 434 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Tender Fruit— Plan) 






Note: Regulation 434 has not previously been amended. 

1. The definitions of "processing" and "processor" in section 2 of 
the Schedule to Regulation 434 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 are revoked. 

2. Sections S to 12 of the Schedule to the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

5. The local board shall be composed of nine members who shall 
hold office until their successors are elected or appointed. 

6. (1) Producers are divided into five districts as follows: 

1 . District 1 , comprising the Judicial District of Niagara North and 
the regional municipalities of Halton, Hamilton-Wentworth and 
Peel. 

2. District 2 comprising the Judicial District of Niagara South. 

3. District 3, comprising the County of Essex. 

4. District 4, comprising the counties of Kent and Lambton. 

5. District S, comprising The Regional Municipality of Haldimand- 
Norfolk and the counties of Brant and Elgin. 

(2) A producer not included in a district mentioned in subsection (1) 
is a member of the district nearest to his or her place of production. 

7. There shall be a committee in each district to be called the 
District Tender Fruit Producer's Committee". 

8. On or before April IS in each year the producers in each district 
«hall elect representatives to its committee on the basis of one 
epresentative for each 30 producers or part thereof. 

I 9. On or before April 30 in each year each committee shall elect 
from amongst themselves members to the local board as follows: 

1. District 1, five members. 

2. Districts 2 to 5, one member each. 

| 10. (1) At its first meeting after the elections the local board shall 
ppoint such producers as are necessary to complete the local board. 

(2) The members of the local board may at any time appoint a 
>roducer to fill a vacancy in the local board. 



1 1 . Any person elected or appointed a member of the local board is 
required to be a member of the district for which he or she is elected or 
appointed. 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



Roger L Dyment 
Chair 



Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated at Guelph on March 12, 1997. 
14/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 95/97 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS GRADES AND SALES ACT 

Made: March 19, 1997 
Filed: March 20, 1997 

APPLES— CONTROLLED-ATMOSPHERE 
STORAGE 

1. In this Regulation, 

"Controlled-Atmosphere Apples" means apples that are stored and 
marked in accordance with this Regulation and "C. A. Apples" has 
the same meaning; 

"mechanically sealed", in respect of the loading door of a compartment 
in a controlled-atmosphere storage plant, means that the door is 
closed and sealed by the operator so as to be sufficiently air-tight for 
the purpose of controlled-atmosphere storage; 

"official seal" means a seal affixed by an inspector to the loading door 
of a compartment in a controlled-atmosphere storage plant so that the 
door cannot be opened without breaking the seal; 

"operator" means an operator of a controlled-atmosphere storage plant. 

2. Controlled-Atmosphere Apples are established as a class of fruit. 

3. This Regulation applies only to the storage of apples. 

4. (1) Subject to sections 5 and 6, if apples are stored as 
Controlled-Atmosphere Apples, the operator shall, 

(a) notify an inspector within five days after mechanically sealing 
the compartment in which the apples are stored; 

(b) control the oxygen content of the air in each mechanically sealed 
compartment at not more than 5 per cent within 20 days after 
mechanically sealing the compartment; 

(c) keep the oxygen content of the air in each mechanically sealed 
compartment at not more than 5 per cent. 



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(i) for at least 60 consecutive days after mechanically sealing 
the compartment, if the operator controlled the oxygen 
content of the air in the compartment within seven days after 
the sealing, or 

(ii) for at least 90 consecutive days after mechanically sealing 
the compartment, otherwise; 

(d) notify an inspector before opening, for any reason, a mechan- 
ically sealed compartment in which the apples are stored or per- 
mitting that compartment to be opened for any reason; 

(e) keep, on a form approved by the Director, a daily record of the 
atmosphere and temperature in each mechanically sealed 
compartment in which the apples are stored; 

(0 keep, on a form approved by the Director, a record of the 
capacity of each mechanically sealed compartment and of the 
identity and quantity of each lot of apples stored in the 
compartment; 

(g) allow the owner of the apples, the owner's agent or an inspector 
to inspect the records pertaining to the stored apples at any 
reasonable time; and 

(h) immediately on removing the apples from a mechanically sealed 
compartment and placing them in containers for delivery to a 
packer, mark on each container, 

(i) "Controlled-Atmosphere Apples" or "C. A. Apples", and 

(ii) the name of the operator. 

(2) An inspector shall affix an official seal to the loading door of a 
mechanically sealed compartment when the oxygen-content is reduced 
to satisfy the maximum permitted in the compartment. 

5. (1) A mechanically sealed compartment may be opened and the 
apples removed before the required storage period is over if, 

(a) the oxygen content of the compartment is reduced to 5 per cent 
or less within seven days after the time the compartment was 
opened; and 

(b) the compartment is not opened more than once during the 
required storage period for the purpose of removing apples. 



(2) If a mechanically sealed compartment is opened under this 
section, the total amount of the time during which the oxygen level is 
above 5 per cent must be added to the required storage period. 

6. The oxygen content of a mechanically sealed compartment may 
exceed 5 per cent for a period of not more than 10 days if, 

(a) it is necessary to make repairs to the equipment or structure of 
the compartment; and 

(b) the total storage time starting with the time of compliance with 
clause 4 (1) (b) is not less than, 

(i) 70 days, if the operator controlled the oxygen content of the 
air in the compartment within seven days after the sealing, 



(ii) 100 days, otherwise. 

7. No person shall mark on any container of apples the words 
"Controlled-Atmosphere Apples" or the designation "C. A. Apples" or 
any other words or designation indicating that the apples are 
Controlled-Atmosphere Apples unless the apples were stored in 
accordance with this Regulation. 

8. (1) An operator who stores apples in a mechanically sealed 
compartment shall give written notification to the Director and the 
owner of the apples any time there is a failure to comply with this 
Regulation in respect of the storage of the apples. 

(2) The operator shall give the notification required under subsection 
(1) as soon as reasonably possible after becoming aware of the failure. 

9. Regulation 375 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
and Ontario Regulations 257/91 and 330/94 are revoked. 

10. This Regulation comes into force on the later of the day that 
Schedule D of the Statutes of Ontario, 1996, chapter 17 comes into 
force and the day that this Regulation is filed. 



Noble Villeneuve 
Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs 

Dated at Toronto on March 19, 1997. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 96/97 

made under the 

MOTORIZED SNOW VEHICLES ACT 

Made: March 20, 1997 
Filed: March 25, 1997 

Amending Reg. 803 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Designations) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 803 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 459/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. (1) Paragraph 1 of section 2 of Regulation 803 of Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

1. All of the King's Highways known as No. 400, 401, 402, 403, 
404, 405, 406, 407, 409, 410, 416, 417, 420 and 427. 

(2) Paragraph 6 of section 2 of the Regulation is revoked. 

2. This Regulation comes into effect on March 31, 1997. 



Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated at Toronto on March 20, 1997. 



15/97 

ONTARIO REGULATION 97/97 

made under the 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 

Made: March 19, 1997 
Filed: March 26, 1997 

Amending Reg. 1012 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Definitions by Minister, Exemptions, Forms and Rebates) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 1012 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 267/96, 404/96 and 1/97. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 

1. (1) Subsection 30 (1) of Regulation 1012 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "or (5)" in 
the second line and substituting "(5) or (5.1)". 

(2) Section 30 of the Regulation is further amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(5.1) If a person eligible to claim a rebate under subsection (5) can 
establish that the amount of the rebate determined under subsection (5) 
is less than the amount of tax paid on the tangible personal property by 
the contractor, the amount of the rebate shall be equal to the amount of 
the tax paid by the contractor, instead of the amount determined under 
subsection (5). 



2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
May 8, 1996. 



Ernie Eves 
Minister of Finance 



Dated at Toronto on March 19, 1997. 



15/97 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 98/97 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 25, 1997 
Filed: March 26, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Since January 1, 1996, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 4/96, 1 74/96, 322/96, 419/96, 
473/96, 474/96, 13/97, 60/97, 61/97, 62/97, 63/97, 64/97, 
65/97, 66/97, 70/97, 88/97, 89/97, 90/97, 91/97, 92/97 and 
93/97. For prior amendments, see the Tables of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



1. Subsection 2 (3) of Schedule 5 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(3) Subsections (1) and (2) apply to those lands in the geographic 
Township of Bigwood in the Territorial District of Sudbury, being part 
of Lot 2 in Concession III, designated as parts 1 and 2 on Plan 
53R- 15899 deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles 
Division of Sudbury (No. 53). 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on March 25, 1997. 



15/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 99/97 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 25, 1997 
Filed: March 26, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 136/95 
(Delegation of Authority of Minister to Give Consents) 

Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 136/95 has been amended 
by Ontario Regulations 11/96, 426/96, 564/96 and 86/97. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 



1. Ontario Regulation 136/95 is amended by adding the following 
section: 



Note: 



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3.4 Despite section 3, the delegation under section 1 does not apply 
to any application for a consent under section S3 of the Act made before 
March 26, 1997 in respect of land in, 



(a) the Archipelago Area Planning Area; 

(b) the Central Almaguin Planning Area; 

(c) the Southeast Parry Sound District Planning Area. 

2. (1) Schedule 2 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following paragraphs: 

0. 1 The Archipelago Area Planning Board. 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 

(a) is derived in whole or in part from a milk product; and 

(b) resembles or may be used as a substitute for a fluid milk product, 
is designated as reconstituted milk. 



1.1 The Central Almaguin Planning Board. 

(2) Paragraph 6 of Schedule 2 to the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

6 The Himsworth South-Nipissing-Powassan-Trout Creek Plan- 
ning Board (formerly called the Himsworth South-Powassan- 
Trout Creek Planning Board). 

(3) Schedule 2 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following paragraph: 

16.02 The Southeast Parry Sound District Planning Board. 

3. AU authority previously delegated to the Parry Sound District 
Land Division Committee and not already withdrawn by section 6 
of Ontario Regulation 86/97 is withdrawn on March 27, 1997. 

4. Sections 1 and 2 come into force on March 26, 1997. 



(2) A fluid milk product with increased milk solids is not 
reconstituted milk. 

(3) Subsection 16 (2) of the Act and the provisions of this Regulation 
applying to reconstituted milk do not apply to reconstituted milk 
processed at home for consumption on the premises. 

3. Subsection 5 (2) of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following clause: 

(c.l) flavoured cream, 

(i) shall contain not less than 10 per cent milk-fat, and 

(ii) may contain added flavouring, salt, pH adjusting agents, 
stabilizers, sweeteners and food colouring; 

4. (1) Subclause 9 (1) (b) (ii) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "and a marking". 

(2) Section 9 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following 
subsection: 

(3) Every container used for the sale or distribution of reconstituted 
milk shall have a label imprinted on the container, affixed to the 
container or imprinted on the cap of the container with the words 
"reconstituted milk". 

5. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

Reconstituted Milk 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on March 25, 1997. 
15/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 100/97 

made under the 
MILK ACT 

Made: March 19, 1997 
Filed: March 26, 1997 

Amending Reg. 753 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Grades, Standards, Designations, Classes, Packing and Marking) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 753 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 449/96 and 2/97. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Section 3 of Regulation 753 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by inserting "flavoured cream" after 
"double cream" in the first line. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

3.1 (1) Subject to subsection (2), milk that, 



12.1 (1) A person who has a permit to do so may process or sell 
reconstituted milk. 

(2) The Director shall issue a permit to process or to sell reconstituted 
milk if, but only if, 

(a) the applicant for the permit holds the licences required under 
Regulation 761 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990; and 

(b) the supply of fluid milk products is insufficient to meet 
requirements. 

(3) A permit expires on the date specified on it. 

(4) A permit is not transferable. 

12.2 (1) A permit is authority to, 

(a) process or sell reconstituted milk only at such times as the supply 
of fluid milk products is insufficient to meet requirements; and 

(b) process or sell reconstituted milk in the area specified on the 
permit. 

(2) The Director may suspend or revoke a permit if the holder of the 
permit exceeds the authority given in the permit or ceases to hold any 
of the licences required under Regulation 761 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 that the holder had when the permit was 
issued. 

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(a) the quantity of reconstituted milk processed and sold; and 

(b) the quantity of each milk product used to process the reconsti- 
tuted milk. 



(2) Every permit holder shall report the information required under 
subsection (1) to the Director by the 15th day of the month immediately 
following the month in which the reconstituted milk was processed and 
sold. 

6. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

Detention 

23. ( 1 ) If a milk product, fluid milk product or reconstituted milk has 
been manufactured or sold in contravention of the Act or regulations, 
a field-person may detain the product at the risk and expense of the 
person in possession of it. 

(2) A field-person who detains a milk product, fluid milk product or 
reconstituted milk shall attach to the container or package of containers 
a detention tag and deliver or send by registered mail on the day of 
detention a notice of the detention to, 

(a) the person in possession of the product; and 

(b) the manufacturer, if any, whose name or number appears on the 
container or package of containers. 

24. No person shall, 

(a) offer for sale, sell or move a detained product; or 

(b) remove a detention tag. 

25. (1) The person in possession of the product or the manufacturer 
may apply to the Director for release of the product from the detention. 



(2) An application under subsection (I) must contain a statement of 
the facts and reasons on which the applicant relies and must be received 
by the Director not later than 10 days after the detention was made. 

26. ( 1 ) If the Director is satisfied, without a hearing, that the product 
under detention was not manufactured or sold in contravention of the 
Act or the regulations, the field person shall remove the detention tag 
and release the product. 

(2) If the product is not released from detention under subsection ( 1 ), 
the Director shall hold a hearing as soon as reasonably possible to 
determine whether there has been a contravention of the Act or the 
regulations. 

(3) If, after a hearing, the Director determines that the product under 
detention was, 

(a) manufactured or sold in contravention of the Act or regulations, 
the Director may order that the product be disposed of; or 

(b) not manufactured or sold in contravention of the Act or 
regulations, the Director shall order that the detention tag 
removed and the product be released from detention. 

7. Regulation 764 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
revoked. 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



James Wheeler 
Chair 



Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated at Guelph on March 19, 1997. 



15/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 101/97 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1996 

Made: March 26, 1997 
Filed: March 26, 1997 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 101/97 

pris en application de la 
LOI DE 1996 SUR LES ÉLECTIONS MUNICIPALES 

pris le 26 mars 1997 
déposé le 26 mars 1997 



GENERAL 



DISPOSITIONS GENERALES 



1. ( 1 ) For the purpose of clause 33 (2) (c) of the Act, the prescribed 
nomination filing fee is $100. 

(2) The nomination filing fee shall be paid in cash or by certified 
cheque or money order made payable to the municipality. 

2. For the purpose of clause 34 (c) of the Act (refund of nomination 
filing fee), a candidate is entitled to receive a refund of the nomination 
filing fee if he or she receives more than 2 per cent of the votes cast in 
the election for the office. 



1. (1) Pour l'application de l'alinéa 33 (2) c) de la Loi, les droits 
prescrits pour le dépôt d'une déclaration de candidature sont de 100 $. 

(2) Les droits pour le dépôt d'une déclaration de candidature sont 
acquittés en espèces ou par chèque certifié ou mandat payable à la 
municipalité. 

2. Pour l'application de l'alinéa 34 c) de la Loi (remboursement des 
droits de dépôt de la déclaration de candidature), le candidat qui obtient 
plus de 2 pour cent des suffrages exprimés lors de l'élection visant le 
poste a le droit de recevoir un remboursement des droits de dépôt de sa 
déclaration de candidature. 



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3. (1) The rules set out in subsection (2) are prescribed for the 
purpose of subsection 54 (2) of the Act (rejection of ballots). 

(2) The deputy returning officer shall reject from the count, 

(a) all votes in a ballot, if the ballot, 

(i) was not supplied by the deputy returning officer, or 

(ii) contains writing or marks that may identify the elector, or is 
torn, defaced or otherwise dealt with by the elector in a way 
that may identify him or her; 

(b) all votes in a ballot for an office, if votes have been cast for more 
candidates for the office than are to be elected; 



(c) all votes in a ballot on a by-law, if votes have been cast for both 
the affirmative and negative on the by-law; 



(d) all votes in a ballot on a question, if votes have been cast for 
more than one answer on the question; 

(e) any vote in a ballot, if the vote is not marked inside the space 
provided for marking the ballot. 

4. The following rules are prescribed for the purpose of subsection 
60 (2) of the Act: 

1 . The clerk shall give notice of the recount to: 

i. every certified candidate for an office that is the subject of 
the recount, 

ii. in the case of a recount requested under subsection 57 ( 1 ) of 
the Act, the council, local board or Minister, as the case may 
be, 

iii. in the case of a recount ordered under section 58 of the Act, 
the applicant, and 

iv. in the case of a recount concerning an office, question or 
by-law in respect of which electors of another municipality 
are entitled to vote, the clerk who was responsible for the 
conduct of the vote in that other municipality. 



2. The clerk shall open the ballot boxes and count, 

i. in the case of a recount in an election for an office, the 
number of votes for each candidate who is subject to the 
recount under section 56, 57, 58 or 59 of the Act, 

ii. in the case of a recount in an election to obtain the assent of 
the electors to a by-law, the number of votes in favour of the 
by-law and the number opposed, and 



iii. in the case of a recount in an election to obtain the opinion 
of the electors on a question, the number of votes for each 
possible answer to the question. 

3. The clerk shall reject from the count all ballots and votes in a 
ballot that do not comply with the rules set out in subsection 
3(2). 

4. The clerk may conduct the recount by adding the votes from the 
statements of results prepared by the deputy returning officers 
under subsection 55 ( 1 ) of the Act, rather than by following rules 
2 and 3, if a recount under those rules is waived by, 



3. (1) Les règles énoncées au paragraphe (2) sont prescrites pour 
l'application du paragraphe 54 (2) de la Loi (rejet de bulletins de vote). 

(2) Le scrutateur rejette ce qui suit : 

a) tous les suffrages et voix exprimés dans un bulletin de vote si 
celui-ci, selon le cas : 



(i) n'a pas été fourni par le scrutateur, 



(ii) porte une inscription ou une marque permettant 
éventuellement d'identifier l'électeur, ou a été déchiré, 
abîmé ou traité autrement par l'électeur d'une manière 
permettant éventuellement d'identifier celui-ci; 

b) tous les suffrages exprimés dans un bulletin de vote à l'égard 
d'un poste s'ils l'ont été pour un plus grand nombre de candidats 
que le nombre devant être élu à ce poste; 

c) toutes les voix exprimées dans un bulletin de vote à l'égard d'un 
règlement municipal si elles l'ont été à la fois pour et contre 
celui-ci; 

d) tous les suffrages exprimés dans un bulletin de vote à l'égard 
d'une question s'ils l'ont été pour plus d'une réponse à celle-ci; 

e) n'importe lequel des suffrages et voix exprimés dans un bulletin 
de vote s'il n'est pas marqué dans l'espace prévu à cet effet. 

4. Les règles suivantes sont prescrites pour l'application du 
paragraphe 60 (2) de la Loi : 

1. Le secrétaire avise les personnes et entités suivantes du nouveau 
dépouillement : 

i. chacun des candidats certifiés au poste qui fait l'objet du 
nouveau dépouillement, 

ii. dans le cas d'un nouveau dépouillement demandé en vertu 
du paragraphe 57 (1) de la Loi, le conseil municipal, le 
conseil local ou le ministre, selon le cas, 

iii. dans le cas d'un nouveau dépouillement ordonné aux termes 
de l'article 58 de la Loi, l'auteur de la requête, 

iv. dans le cas d'un nouveau dépouillement visant un poste, une 
question ou un règlement municipal à l'égard duquel les 
électeurs d'une autre municipalité ont le droit de voter, le 
secrétaire qui était chargé de tenir le scrutin dans cette autre 
municipalité. 

2. Le secrétaire ouvre les urnes et compte ce qui suit : 

i. dans le cas d'un nouveau dépouillement qui concerne une 
élection visant un poste, le nombre de suffrages exprimés 
pour chaque candidat qui fait l'objet de ce dépouillement aux 
termes de l'article 56, 57, 58 ou 59 de la Loi, 

ii. dans le cas d'un nouveau dépouillement qui concerne une 
élection visant à obtenir l'assentiment des électeurs 
relativement à un règlement municipal, le nombre de voix en 
faveur du règlement municipal et le nombre de voix contre, 

iii. dans le cas d'un nouveau dépouillement qui concerne une 
élection visant à obtenir l'opinion des électeurs sur une 
question, le nombre de suffrages pour chaque réponse 
possible à la question. 

3. Le secrétaire rejette les bulletins de vote et les suffrages et voix 
exprimés dans un bulletin de vote qui ne sont pas conformes aux 
règles énoncées au paragraphe 3 (2). 

4. Le secrétaire peut procéder au nouveau dépouillement en 
additionnant les suffrages et voix qui figurent sur les relevés des 
résultats préparés par les scrutateurs aux termes du 
paragraphe 55 (1) de la Loi plutôt qu'en suivant les règles 2 et 
3 si les personnes ou entités suivantes renoncent à la tenue du 
nouveau dépouillement selon ces règles : 



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i. each candidate subject to the recount under section 56, 57, 
58 or 59 of the Act who is present, in the case of a recount 
in an election for office, 



ii. the council that submitted the by-law, in the case of a 
recount in an election to obtain the assent of the electors to 
a by-law, 

iii. the Minister, council or local board that submitted the 
question, in the case of a recount in an election to obtain the 
opinion of the electors on a question, and 



iv. the applicant, if he or she is present, in the case of a recount 
ordered under section 58 of the Act. 



5. The following formulas are prescribed for the purpose of 
subsection 76 (4) of the Act (maximum amount of expenses): 

1 . In the case of a candidate for the office of head of council of a 
municipality, the amount shall be calculated by adding together, 

i. $5,500, and 

ii. 50 cents for each elector entitled to vote for the office. 

2. In the case of a candidate for another office, the amount shall be 
calculated by adding together, 

i. $3,500, and 

ii. 50 cents for each elector entitled to vote for the office. 

6. For the purpose of clause 88 ( 1 1 ) (b) of the Act, the following 
methods of making a voters' list prepared under the Act available to the 
public are prescribed: 

1 . Posting on an Internet website. 

2. Any other print or electronic medium of mass communication. 

7. A nomination under section 33 of the Act shall be in Form 1 . 

8. A ballot under section 4 1 of the Act shall be in Form 2 or 2. 1 . 

9. An appointment of voting proxy, declaration of voting proxy, 
clerk's certificate and oath of voting proxy shall be in Form 3. 

10. A financial statement under section 78 of the Act that does not 
require an auditor's report shall be in Form 4. 

11. Where an auditor's report is required under section 78 of the 
Act, a financial statement and auditor's report shall be in Form 5. 

12. Regulation 820 of the Revised Regulations or Ontario, 1990 
and Ontario Regulations 473/91, 668/91, 669/91, 698/91, 359/92, 
580/94, 662/94 and 663/94 are revoked. 



i. chacun des candidats qui fait l'objet du nouveau 
dépouillement aux termes de l'article 56, 57, 58 ou 59 de la 
Loi et qui est présent, dans le cas d'un nouveau 
dépouillement qui concerne une élection visant un poste, 

ii. le conseil municipal qui a soumis le règlement municipal, 
dans le cas d'un nouveau dépouillement qui concerne une 
élection visant à obtenir l'assentiment des électeurs 
relativement à un règlement municipal, 

iii. le ministre, le conseil municipal ou le conseil local qui a 
soumis la question, dans le cas d'un nouveau dépouillement 
qui concerne une élection visant à obtenir l'opinion des 
électeurs sur une question, 

iv. l'auteur de la requête, s'il est présent, dans le cas d'un 
nouveau dépouillement ordonné aux termes de l'article 58 
de la Loi. 

5. Les formules suivantes sont prescrites pour l'application du 
paragraphe 76 (4) de la Loi (montant maximal des dépenses) : 

1 . Dans le cas d'un candidat au poste de président du conseil d'une 
municipalité, le montant est la somme de ce qui suit : 

i. 5 500 $, 

ii. 0,50 $ par électeur ayant le droit de voter pour le poste. 

2. Dans le cas d'un candidat à un autre poste, le montant est la 
somme de ce qui suit : 

i. 3 500 $, 

ii. 0,50 $ par électeur ayant le droit de voter pour le poste. 

6. Pour l'application de l'alinéa 88 (1 1) b) de la Loi, les méthodes 
suivantes visant à mettre les listes électorales préparées aux termes de 
la Loi à la disposition du public sont prescrites : 

1 . Le fait de les poster sur un site W3. 

2. Tout autre moyen imprimé ou électronique de communication de 
masse. 

7. La déclaration de candidature prévue à l'article 33 de la Loi est 
rédigée selon la formule 1 . 

8. Le bulletin de vote prévu à l'article 41 de la Loi est rédigé selon 
la formule 2 ou 2. 1 . 

9. La nomination d'un mandataire, la déclaration du mandataire, le 
certificat du secrétaire et le serment du mandataire sont rédigés selon la 
formule 3. 

10. L'état financier prévu à l'article 78 de la Loi et pour lequel n'est 
exigé aucun rapport d'un vérificateur est rédigé selon la formule 4. 

11. Si le rapport d'un vérificateur est exigé aux termes de l'article 
78 de la Loi, l'état financier et le rapport du vérificateur sont rédigés 
selon la formule 5. 

12. Le Règlement 820 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990 et les Règlements de l'Ontario 473/91, 668/91, 669/91, 698/91, 
359/92, 580/94, 662/94 et 663/94 sont abrogés. 



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FORM 1 
NOMINATION PAPER 

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1996 (SECTIONS 33,35) 

Note: A Nomination Paper may only ba fUad In paraon or by an apart; K may not ba faxad. H la tha 
raaponafcllky of tha paraon balng nominated to Ilia a eompMa and aceurata nomination papar. 



Nomination Papar of a paraon to ba a candidat» at an «lection to ba held in tha following municipality: 



PLEASE PRINT OH TYPE INFORMATION • (EXCEPT TOR SIGNATURES) 



Nominated lor the Otllca of 


Ward No. (If any) 


Narra a* It la to appaar on tha ballot papar 
NOMINEE: 

(Subject to agreement of tha municipal dark) 


Nomina.'. Ml quaKy+ig addraaa wKhh munfcjpaJty 


llr«>mli^loracrK)oltx>ard.Maddra»tc<raaldanoa 
wtnn It Jul auction 




PoatalCoda 


MaUng AlMmh (1 dKffrtot) 










PoatalCoda 




PoatalCoda 


DUMnaMS PnOO# NO. 


F«x No. 


noma Phona No, 



CONSENT OF NOMINEE AND DECLARATION OF QUALIFICATION 

reason papal, do haraby conaanlto wen nomination and dacJara'that I am or' w« b» lege* oualnad a. of 
nomination day to ba alactad and to hold tha offiea for which I am rwnwvaad and I nwte mfaaoami dadaratton 
eoraoianttoualy batavtng I to ba tua and knowing that t la d the tame foree and effect aat made under oath. 

DECLARED bafora ma 

•It» 

of. 

ht» of 



.day of. 



10. 



(algnatur. of dark or oommlaalonar, atcj 



(«ignaiur. of nomine.) 



Date Fled: 






Tim. Fled: 




IntJat 

IfMWfnea 




(akjnaturaofdark) 

or 

(daalgnato) 


□ 


or 

Agant 





CERTIFICATE 

tgnad dark d thk munfcbalty, do haraby eerily thai I have axamkwd tw nomination papar d 
J nominee fled wth ma and am latMlad that tha nomtnaa h quaUlied to b. nominated and that 
tha nomination oompiaa wth tw Ael 



(akjnaiura d dark or daalgnata) 



(data certified) 



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FORMULE 1 

DÉCLARATION DE CANDIDATURE 

Loi de 1996 sur les élections municipales (Articles 33, 35) 



4épo»4*qu'«np«rmonn« ou par un r*pf**«ntanl; •»• r» 
au emdMftt à» «'«wrcr qu« La déolfrton à» etnj da miw 



Déclaration da candWatura pour una étaction dana ta municipalité turvanta : 



PRIÈRE D'ÉCRIRE EN LETTRES MOULÉES OU DE DACTYLOGRAPHIER • (SAUF SIGNATURES) 



Candidat au poata da 


Quaitiar n* (la cm échéant) 


Nom qui do* Ngurar tut la buUatln da vota 
CANDIDAT: 

(nia ÉM *i rtpproaaton du aaMM mm**»» 


MM habaitanta compWa du candidal dana la 
munkbaajé 


SU a'agk d'un» candldatura au conaal acolalra, adraaaa da 
la réaldanca dana la tanttoira r»i »van« da aa eompétanea 




Codapoaial 


MM poauéa (al aia dMara da 1 
Mal 


adraaaad- 








Codapoatal 




Coda nttttal 


Téléphona (teaval) 


Téléonplaur 


Téléphona (matoon) 



CONSENTEMENT OU CANDIDAT ET DÉCLARATION D'ADMISSIBILITÉ 

Ja eanddat mantionné 

dana la praa»raa déclar a tion da oandkWura, aooapta par lai praaantaa cfétr» candidat at déclara 
MMMM qua )a aula ou Mat au Jour da la déclaration da canddatura, légalamant aagfela at habMé 
è oecupar la poatâ pour laquai to aula candUat Ja lala caria dé c laration M M a aH croyant an conaclanca 
qu'a*» aat varldrqua at aachant qu'alla a la méma lorca at laa mama affala qu'un» déclaration aoua aarmant. 

Déclaré davant moi 



tl. 



Oour) 



(moto) 



(Signatura du candidat) 



(Slgnatur» du tacrétair», oommlaaaira, aie.) 



DM du dépôt: . 
Haura du dépôt: 



ou 
tapiéaantant . 



(Signatura du aacrétaka) 
ou 



□ 



CERTIFICAT 

Ja «ouailg n é(a). aacrétalra da la mun idpalité , canin» qua f al axaminé la déclaration da candldatura du candidat a- 
daaaua, dapoaéa davarn mot, at qua (a auto oonvalncu(a) qua la candidal a laa qualité» raqulaa» pour étra déclaré 
eanddat at qua aa déclaration da candldatura aat conforma à la Loi. 



(Signatura du aacrétaka ou du mandalaira) 



(Data du cartteat) 



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FORM 2 
BALLOT 

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1996 (SECTION 41) 



Municipality 



Elections: 



FOR THE OFFICE OF: 



You can vote lor 



I . (Given names 



2. (Given names 



(number) 



. ( ) candidates lor this office. 



SURNAMES) 



SURNAMES) 



Numbering of the candidates' names is optional. 



For the assistance of visually impaired electors, some or all of the ballots may be 
notched at the dotted lines. 

The ballot should be reverse printed with a dark background and light 
coloured lettering. 



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FORMULE 2 
BULLETIN DE VOTE 

Loi de 1996 sur les élections municipales (Article 41) 



Municipalité 



Élections : 



(Date) 









% * 




AU POSTE DE : 








Vous pouvez voler pour. . . . 


(nombre) 


. { ) candidats h ce poste. . 

i 


1: (Frénoms 


NOM) 


• 


2. (Prénoms 


NOM) 


• (.. 



La numérotation des candidats est facultative. 

On peut faire des entailles aux lignes polntillées pour les électeurs 
handicapés visuellement. 

Le bulletin devrait être Imprimé en blanc sur noir. 



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FORM 2*1 
BALLOT 

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1996 (SECTION 41) 



Municipality 



Elections: 



ON THE (insert eilliei 
term is applicable) 



(date) 



void ' uy-l.nv ' 01 "question" 



ARE YOU IN FAVOUR OF 
(state II io issue to be resolved) 



or "question 



iliixtule) 



word "by-law" 



Numbering of the options is optional. 

The wording of the introduction to the question may be altered. 

For the assistance of visually Impaired electors, some or all of the ballots 
may be notched at the dotted lines. 

If the assent of the electors Is being sought on a by-law, the possible answers 
must be yes and no. 

If the opinion of the electors Is being sought on a question, there may be any 
number of possible answers. 

The ballot should be reverse printed with a dark background and light 
coloured lettering. 



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BULLETIN DE VOTE 

Loi de 1996 sur les élections municipales (Article 41) 



Municipalité 



Élections : 



(Date) 



AU SUJET (insérer ici les mois "du règlement municipal» 
ou "de la question», selon le c;is) 



ETES-VOUS EN FAVEUR DE 

(indiquer ici I objet du vole) 

Vous ne pouvez voler que pour une des réponses (insérer ici les mots 

«a Id question» ou «concernant le règlement municipal», selon le cas). 



La numérotation des options est facultative. 

L'énoncé de l'introduction à la question peut être modifié. 

On peut faire des entailles aux lignes pointillées pour les électeurs 
handicapés visuellement. 

SI on demande aux électeurs d'approuver un règlement, les réponses 
proposées doivent être oui et non. 

SI on demande aux électeurs de répondre à une question, Il peut y avoir un 
nombre indéterminé de réponses proposées. 

Le bulletin devrait être imprimé en blanc sur noir. 



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FORM 3 

APPOINTMENT OF VOTING PROXY 

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1996 (SECTION 44) 

(Prapara In duplicate) 
feiatructlona 

Any quatflad »i«ctor may un this form to appoint anothar paraon who la a qualKiad alactor in tha urn municipality 

to vota on hla/har bahalt. Tha appointmant can only ba mada following nomination day. 

Tha alactor appointed muat praaant both copiai of thi» form, In paraon, to tha clark, at tha clark'a oHica, during 

normal offlea houra, or during tha houra ol 12 noon to 5 p.m. on any day of an advanca vota. 

Mar oartVlcatlon, tha dark will raturn tha original copy of tha form to tha alactor appointed to ba takan to tha voting 

plaça to racaftsa tha proxy ballot 

Undar Saetlon 44 ol tha Municipal Elactlona Act. 1 We an alactor nay act on bahaf ol ont othar quaMiad alactor 
who la not a ralattva or ona or mora quaMiad «te et er » who ara ralatlvaa, ualng aaparata proxy form» lor aaoh. A ralatlva 
maana tha parant, grandparant, child, grandchild, brothar, aitter or apouaa ol tha alactor appointed. 

ELECTOR MAKING APPOINTMENT 





MunfckwJty 


Box 

A 


Ward No. (I any) 


Voting SubdMalon No. (I any) 


Sumama of Elactor Making Appointmant Gkran Namaa 




Full Addraaa wlhin thla Municipality Apt No. 


PoatalCoda 





ELECTOR APPOINTED 






Mur*»* 




Ward No. («any) 


Voting SubdMalon No. (I any) 


Box 

B 


Sumama of Elactor Appointed QlvanNamaa 


Ful Addraaa wthln thla Munict>alty Apt No. 


PoatalCoda 




Check 00# only 

D rotated (parant grandparant, chid, grandchild, brothar , aiatar or apouaa) 
LJ not rilitod 



Statement of Elactor Making Appointmant (appointmant can only ba mada lo4wving nominalion day) 


1, tha undaralgnad. a quatrtad alactor whoaa nama k) antarad on tha votera' tat lor tha municipally, do haraby 


(tha paraon named In Box BL to vote on my bahal and. 1 related, do arteat lo htarnar ratatlonahlp to ma. 


(nama ol wkneee) (data appointed) 


(•Ignatura ol otootor making appolrrtmant) (ekjnaturo of wfcneoe) 

NOTE: The name of the elec tor appointed mu»t bo filled in at the time the elector 
making the appointment signs the atatemonL 



(Continuad) 



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FORM 3 (continued) 



Declaration by Elector Appointed (to bo completed in the presence ol the clerk at the clerk's 
office) 



I, the undersigned. • qualified elector in the above municipality, affirm that I hava been appointed to 
vote In good faith on behalf of the elector who made the appointment and, that I have not been previ- 
oualy appointed to vote on behalf of any other non-related person. 

Declared before ma 

at*» 

et 

kit» of 

Ne dayef 

t» 



(•Igriatura of elector appointed) 



(ekjneJure of de* or eommleetoner, ale.) 



CERTIFICATION BY CLERK 

I hereby certify that the «lector making the eppolntment la qualified to vote in this municipality and that 
the elector appointed a) a duly qualified elector In this municlpaHy and la authorized to vote on behal 
of the elector meJdhg the appointment. 



(signature of M or dealgnele) 



(dele of cerUflcation) 



Clerk rnay require proof of Identity of elector appoWed before eertfylng proxy. 
This form is a pubic record and the copy on me «Mt the clerk may be napected by 



any peraon. 



ORAL OATH TO BE TAKEN AT THE VOTING PLACE 

I swear or solemnly sff trnt 

That I am the" elector appointed; and 

That I am voting in good lalh on behal of the elector who made the appointment 



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FORMULE 3 

NOMINATION D'UN MANDATAIRE 

Loi de 1996 sur les élections municipales (Article 44) 



(Préparer en d«uc exemplaire») 
Inetrucuona 

Tout* paraonna ayant qualité <f ilactaur pt ut utJliaar can» formula pour nommer una «une partonna ayant qualité 
d'électeur dana la marna municipalité pour volar à aa plaça. La nomination doit avoir lieu apraa la jour de la 
déclaration da candidature. 

L'électeur nommé dol préaantar daux exemplaire» da carte formula, an paraonna, au aacrétaira. au bureau du 
secrétaire, aux heuree normale» da bureau, ou da nid i 17 heure» la jour du vota par anticipation. 

A la aula da la earti ksaUon. la aacrétaira remet 'original da la formula à rélecteur nommé; cehjl-ci rapporta au 
bureau de vote pour recevoir la buBeun de vote par procuration. 

Corrlormémant i r article 44 da la Loi da 1 M6 aur km élection» municipale», un électeur peut agir au nom d'une 
•utre paraonna ayant qualité d'électeur mai» qui n'aat paa un parant ou au nom d'un» ou da pkiaieure paraonnaa 
ayant quaaté d'électeur» et qui aont daa parent», an imitant pour chacune une formula individuelle da vota par 
procuration. La tanna parant «'entend du para ou da la mere, d'un grand-para ou d'une grand-mèra, d'un entant, 
d'un petit -«a ou d'une pettte-IHe, d'un frère, d'une aoaur ou du conjoint da rélecteur nommé. 

ÉLECTEUR QUI EFFECTUE LA NOMINATION 



IMaMM 


Quartier n* (le ca* échéant) 


Section da vota n* (la ca» échéant) 


Nom da l'électeur qui affectua la nomination Prénom» 


Adraeee complete dana cette munlclpalté App. n* 


Codepoatai 



ÉLECTEUR NOMMÉ 



Munt-^xllé 



Quartier tf (la ca» échéant) 



Section da vote n* (le ca» échéant) 



Nom da rélecteur nommé 



Adraeee compte!» dan» cette municipale 



App-n* 



Codapoatal 



Rapport antra l'électeur qui aflactua la nomination at l'électeur nommé 

Coehar una eaaa aaulamant 

Q parent» (para ou mare, grand-pere ou grand-mare, enfant, patit-f lia ou petKe-fiile, 
traw, aoaur. conjoint) 

Q non parant» 



Declaration da r électeur qui affectua ■ rumination 

(»r>oniaTe^do**rafaiteajxMle)ourrtelad«c^ 



Je »oueeigna(e). électeur habitté ln»crt eur la We électorale de la munlcepaMé. nomme per le» 

PféStMÉM 

(la paraonna nomméa i la Section B) pour qu'aie vota an mon nom et, al l'agi d'un parant, rattaata 
la rapport antra catta paraonna at mol 

(Nom du témoin) (baie de le nomination) 

(Signature de 'électeur qui aflactua' lia' norrinatjon) (Signature' du témoin) " " 



REMARQUE : La nom de l'électeur nommé doit être inscrit au moment où 
l'électeur qui effectue la nomination signe la déclaration. 



(aula) 



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FORMULE 3 (suite) 



Declaration de l'électeur nommé (à remplir dans I* bureau du secrétaire, en présence de 
BiMoB 



Je eoussigné(e), électeur habilité dans la municipalité mentionnée d-d*»*ut, altirme que j'ai été 
nommé(e) pour voter de bonne foi au nom de rélecteur qui a effectué la nomination et que je n'ai pai 
auparavant été nommé(e) pour voter au nom d'une personne qui n'est pas un parent. 

Déclaré devant moi 



de 

danakyla. 



1t. 



(Jour) 



(m*) 



(Signature de réledeur nommé) 



(Signature du secrétaire, commissaire) etc.) 



CERTIFICAT DU SECRÉTAIRE 

Je certifie par le* présentée que rélecteur qui effectue la nomination a le droit de voter dene la 
municipalité et que rélecteur nommé est dûment habMé à voter dans la municipalité et est autorisé à 
voter au nom de réle ct e ur qui effectue la no m ina ti on. 



(Signature du secrétaire ou du mandata»*) 



Pâte du certificat) 



REMARQUE: Avert de délvrer le certificat • rélecteur nommé, k MCrétan peut exiger un* preuve 
didontM ds celui-ci. 

M préeente formule est un document pubic et quiconque peut Inepecter la copia 
n éposée euprae du eecrétalre. 



SERMENT ORAL A PRÊTER AU BUREAU DE VOTE 

Je jure ou déclaré aofennelament : 

qua je aula rélecteur nommé; 

que je veto ds bonne fol au nom de r électeur qui a effectué la rwrrertaoon. 



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FORM 4 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1996 (SECTION 78) 



To be liM I the contribution* received by i candidat* do not *xc**d $10,000 and *xp*n*** incurred by tuch 
candidal* do not *xc**d $10,000. 

Any (uiplu* gr*at*r than $500 (aft*r any refund to th* candidat* and/or th* »pou«e of the candidat*) (hall b* 
paid immediately ov*r to th* cl*rk who was reasonable lor th* conduct of th* election. 



For the campaign period from . 



.to. 



NAME OF CANDIDATE AND OFFICE 



Nam* o» Candidat* 


Mating Addrta* 




Buelneo* Phon* No. 


Fax No. 


Horn* Phon* No. 


Nam* ol (Mm for which ttw Canddat* Sought Election 


Ward No. (if any) 


Nam* of Municipality 



Ll«t of Contributions from each single Contributor Totalling more than $100 

(Attach supplementary list If required) 



Nam* 



Valu* 



Total i- 



I. th* undesigned, a candidat* in th* municipality of fortrwoffic* 

of hereby cedar* that during th* above campaign period, 

(a) toeer**feuBon*r*c*lv*d by madklnot exceed $10.000 and expen*** incurred by me did not 
$10,000; and 

(b) my eutpki* (deficit) under eection 7» of the Municipal Election* Act, 1SSS wa* 

(e) th* «mount of aurplu» refunded to my»*l aixfor my ipou** und*r tubMclion 79(6) of *• 
Municipal Electlone Act. 1966 ou 



DECLARED before me 

at the 

of 

In the of., 

this day of. 

19 



(signature of candidate) 



(signature of clerk or commissioner, etc.) 



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FORMULE 4 

ÉTAT FINANCIER 

Loi de 1996 sur les élections municipales (Article 78) 



A dapoaar tl IM contribution! qu'a rtçuaa la candid* n» dépattant pu 1 000 S at qua lai dapanaaa qu'il a 

anojçaaa na députant pat 10 000 1. 

Tout axcédant tupériaur à SOO $ (apraa lai rambouraamanta au candidal, ou à ton conjoint) tara varaé 

immtdlatamant au aacrétaJra municipal chargé da rélaet ion. 

Pour la période de campagne électorale du 



.au. 



NOM OU CANDIDAT ET TITRE DU POSTE 



Nom du candWo* 


UmSfiAà 




N-da téléphona au trtval 


N* da télécopiai 


N* da téléphona à domicHa 


Nom au porta pour laquai la candidat a'aat prêtante à rélacUon 


Quartiar n* (la cat échéant) 


NomdatamunldrMlM 







Lista da« donateurs dont la contribution total», pour chacun, est supérieure 1 100 $ 
(Joindre une liste supplémentaire si l'espace est Insuffisant) 



Valaur 



Total 



Ja touaaigné{a). candidat dana la munie e*K* da 

da , déclara par la prétaréa qu'au court da la pértoda da campagna 

tlactorala tutmantlonnét: 
(a) laa conab u tlona qua fal raçuaa n'ont paa n 'é p atai 10 000 1 at laa dapanaaa qua fal angagéaa n'ont 
pas dépassé 10 0001; 



(c) k> montant do roXDodont qui » été rwnboureé A mon profit ou à ootul do mon 0o*|BW coftfofmornont 

au paragraph» 79(6) da la (.o/da MISH lur *4 ihcOcn, nvnc^Mhi *v. 

DÉCLARÉ solennellement devant moi 



dans le/la de. 

le 

19.. 



(Jour) 



(mois) 



(Signature du candidat) 



(Signature du secrétaire, commissaire, etc.) 



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FORM 5 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND AUDITOR'S REPORT 

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1996 (SECTION 78) 

To b* Had I lh« contribution* r*c*tv*d by a candidal* *xc**d $1 0,000 of *xp*n**< incurred by *uch candidat* 
•xcaad 110.000. 



For the campaign period from . 



.to. 



NAME OF CANDIDATE AND OFFICE 



Nam* of Candidat* 






Buarnaaa Prion* No. 



Fax No. 



Nam* o( Offtc* lor wtiich th* Candidat* Soutfit Etoction 



HomaPhonaNo. 



Ward No. (il any) 



N»m* ol Municipality 



ATTESTATION OF CANDIDATE 

of twtbyitoittviltotwt».! 
NtfMQflauririn*»» 

ol My mimmom Mid HH 9mm IranoW HlHHh Ml w^hhh^hç MhtdukM m> Ml out tanin tvt tout «id 

OMNttt 


(Sipàarr* ol CanoTdaajj 


(Daki) 



(Continuad) 



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SUMMARY OF CAMPAIGN INCOME AND EXPENSES 

Campaign Expanaa limitation (aa cartifltd by tha municipal dark) 
Campaign Expanaaa Subjact to Limitation* 
Total Campaign Incoma' 
Total Pariod Expanaaa* 

•(tram tha Slalomant of Campaign Pared Incoma and Expanaaa) 



STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES AS AT 
Aram 


.19 

S 


Aoeounti Fteotrari* 


Otw (pravtda M datait): 




Total 
LiabHItJaa and) Excaaa (Daflclancy) of Incoma ovar Expanaaa 






Oth-K (pwW. hJ <fetal»): 






(Imiivw Otatwrwirt d CwnprM*^ PfHtod hoocT** md ExptfiMt) 

Total 





STATEMENT OF DETERMINATION OF SURPLUS OR DEFICIT AND DISPOSITION OF SURPLUS 

Part I - Data rml nation of Surplus of DafleJI j 

Amount ol Exciti (Daflclancy) of Incoma ovar Expanaaa 

ff om Statamant of Campaign Pariod Incoma k Expanaaa ^^^_^^__ A 



Dad uct any daficrt camad forward by tha candtdata from 

tha tnmadkaary pracarjng a V a ct lon I tha offloaa ara wth raapact to tha 



Surplut (or Datte») lor tha Campaign P.riod (A minua B) 

Da duct any rafund of contribution» to tha candidata antfor 
tha apouaa of tha candidat t (only I thart la a aurptua) 



Total 



)B 
_ C 

)0 
_ E 



Part I - DtapoaMon of Surplua 



If Una E thowa a turpkit graatar than t5O0, tha amount mutt ba paid In truat, at tha Uma tha financial 
«tatamanu ara (lad, to tha munldpaJ dark who waa raaponafela Im tha conduct of tha aiaction. 

Surptut paid to tha munécfcal dark of tha munldpalty of 



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FORM 5 (continued) 



STATEMENT OF CAMPAIGN PERIOD INCOME AND EXPENSES 
FROM TO 
FOR CANDIDATE 






INCOME 

rtntdÊÊÊ't Suipfci» From *mm»d«Wy Pmoxlnq Baetcm nnnml by t* Ctoifc 


$ 

A 

B 




Fund-fWuog «dMiii (Iran Schadute 2. Put III) - _ 




OtMT (provt* lui datai •) : 




TOTAL CAMPAIGN PERIOD INCOME 

PYDPMREft ••■■* Fjtpanalt 

UfMnon nwi uftwnon 
Accounino * Au* .... NM 


MimMb 




Ml» _ NM , 


FuMMWaig Cumuli NM 


hMraatonLoani _ _ NM 


nwAtwy OofiMBiitM to 

CinitMfc'a a^Uff» SrfiadulaS) _ . _ N/A 


**1fhaf HmM «^"^ N/A — •• 




OnV» Eœanaaa . ,.. . 








Votng Pm PutyMppnctaaon Nodoaa NM— — 


Otw lorovtti (ul datali): .. _ 






TOTAL CAMPAIGN 
PERIOD EXPENSES 


EXCESS (DEFICIENCY) OF 
INCOME OVER EXPENSES (A-B) 





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AUDITOR'S REPORT 

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1996 (SECTION 78) 



To:. 



. , candidate 



l/we have audited the statement of assets and liabilities and income and 

expenses o( , candidate, tor the 

campaign period from to relating to 



the élection held on . My/our audit was made in 

accordance with generally accepted auditing standards and accordingly 
Included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of 
accounting records and other supporting evidence as l/we considered nec- 
essary in the circumstances except as explained in the following paragraph. 

Due to the nature of the type* of transactions inherent in an election cam- 
paign, H is impracticable through auditing procedures to determine that the 
accounting records include all donations of goods and services, and receipts 
and disbursements. Accordingly, my/our verification of these transactions 
was limited to ensuring that the financial statements reflect the amounts 

recorded In the accounting records of , 

candidate, In accordance with lie accounting procedures established by the 
Municipal Elections Act, 1 996 and I was/we were not able to determine 
whether any adjustments might be necessary to receipts and disburse- 
ments. 

In my/our opinion, except for the effect of adjustments, If any, which l/we 
might have determined to be necessary had l/we been able to satisfy my- 
self/ourselves as to the completeness of the records as described In the 
precedng paragraph, these statements present fairly the Information con- 
tained In the accounting records on which the statements are based In ac- 
cordance with the account) ng treatment prescribed by the Act. 

The Act does not require me/Us to report, nor was It practicable for me/us to 
determine that contributions reported Included only those which may be 
property retained In accordance with the provisions of the Act 

Signature 



Pfri— itontj QttÊÊfJÊÊKH 


«y 


CM* 


Contact Poraon 


UWMl 


HiXhtM 




Ttttpnofw 


Fix No. 



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SCHEDULE 1 - CONTRIBUTIONS 



Part 1 • Contributions 

From each single contributor totalling mora than $100 (uni*u nil compM Put li) 

Less • Returned or payable lo the contributor (_ 

• Paid or payable to the clerk A (_ 

From each single contributor totaling $100 or less _ 

Lass • Returned or payable to the contributor (_ 

- Paid or payable to the clerk B (_ 

Total Contribution» 

From anonymous sources c _ 

Amount of contributions paid or payable to the deck: 

A+B+C 



Part II - List of Single Contributors totalling mora than $100 
(attach supplementary list If required) 



Name 



Amount 
$ 



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SCHEDULE 2 - FUND-RAISING ACTIVITIES 

(attach separate schedule for each activity held) 



m o Y 



Date. 



Description of activity . 



Admission charge (per person)" A 

* N wtniHlon chwg* per p«rt on la not eoneletent, provtdt comptai* breakdown of al ticket laJai 

Number of tickets sold B 

PART I • TICKET REVENUE 



A x B (Included in Contribution* - Schedule 1) 

PART II - OTHER REVENUE DEEMED A CONTRIBUTION 
(PROVIDE FULL DETAILS): 



Total Part II Revenue (Included In Contributions-Schedule 1) 

PART ■ • OTHER REVENUE NOT DEEMED A CONTRIBUTION 
(PROVIDE FULL DETAILS): 



Total Part HI Revenue 



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SCHEDULE 3 - INVENTORY OF CAMPAIGN GOODS AND MATERIALS 
CONTRIBUTED TO CANDIDATE'S CAMPAIGN 

* Receipts Must Be Issued for All Inventory Contributions 



DMcriptlon 



Acquired Supplier 



._/_/_. 
._/_/_. 



Unit Total 

Valu* Quantity Valu» 

s $ 



._/_J_. 



._/_/_. 



._/_/_. 



._LV_. 






.-l-J- 
.-J-J- 

.-V_/_ 



-_/_/_ 



._/_/_. 



TOTAL VALUE Of INVENTORY CONTRBUTED TO CANDIDATE'S CAMPAIGN . 



SCHEDULE 4 - INVENTORY OF CAMPAIGN GOODS & MATERIALS 
AT THE END OF CAMPAIGN PERIOD 



Deecrlptlon 



Acquired Supp Mar 



Un* Total 

Valu* Quantity Value 

$ $ 



._/_/_ 



-_/_/_ 
._/_/_ 
-_/_/_ 
__/_/_ 
._/_/_ 



-_/_V_ 



._/_/_. 



TOTAL VALUE OF INVENTORY OF CAMPAIGN GOODS & MATERIALS . 



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FORMULE 5 

ÉTAT FINANCIER ET RAPPORT DU VÉRIFICATEUR 

Loi de 1996 sur les élections municipales (Article 78) 

A déposer il les contributions reçues par le candidat dépassent 10 000 $ ou si les dépenses engagées 
par ce candidat dépassant 1 000 $. 



Relatif à La période de campagne électorale allant du . 
NOM OU CANDIDAT ET TITRE OU POSTE 



Nom du candidat 



Adresse postale 



N* de téléphone au trevsK 



N« de télécopieur 



Nom du poste pour lequel le candidat s'est présenté à rejection 



irn vMapnons a uuiim u o 



Quartier n* (le cas échéant) 



Nom de la municipal»* 



(nomduoaMMat) 



ATTESTATION DU CANDIDAT 

, candMet dm b manpalt» 



. bM par la pntamta qua. 



(nom de la saaaolpallé) 
aie aooempegnenl «ont. dans leur Ml actual. oompMaettdetee. 



(Data) 



(•uKa) 



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FORMULE 5 (suite) 



SOMMAIRE DES RECETTES ET DES DÉPENSES DE LA CAMPAGNE 

Plafond d«» dépense» Mm a la campagne électoral* 

atlaaté par la eeerétaire municipal 

Dépenee» Ma* i la campagn* électoral» «t a oumiaaa au plafond* 

Total daa racettaa liée* à la campagne électorale' 

Total daa dépenae* Met à la période * 



'(Selon rétat de* recette* et dee dépenee* pour la period* de campagne électorale) 



ÉTAT DE L'ACTIF ET DU PASSIF AU . 



18_ 



Compto débiteur* 

Autre* (prier* et fournir -ha détail) : 



Tetat 
PaaaH «t excédent (déficit) daa recette» par rapport aux dépen* 

Compta» oréd t e a » 

Emprunt*, découvert __^ 

Autre* (prit-» d* fourrer da* delate) : 



Total 



ETAT DE LA DÉTERMINATION DE L'EXCÉDENT OU DU DÉFICIT ET DE 
L'AFFECTATION DE L'EXCÉDENT 






Premier, partie -'bét.rmlnallon d* l'excédent ou du deficit 


$ 


Montant de '«cedent (déficit) des recettee par rapport aux dépen». 

••ton rétat daa recette* et dae dépenee* pour la period* de campagne électorale 




A 


Déduira tout défb* reporté d* l'élection précédent* par k can-Mat ai 

le* poète* ont Ira» à la mém* compéttnc*. ( 




)B 


Excédent (déficit) lé à la period* do canpagn. elector*!* (A moin» B) 




C 


Dédulr* tout rernbouraament d* contribution» «u profl du candidat ou d* «on 

conjoint («eulement al «data un excédent). ( 




_)° 


Total 




P 


Dwiem. parti. - Affectation de l'excédent 






SI un excédent aupériaur 4 500 1 eat Indiqué à la ligna E. la montant doit être veraé *n fiducie, 
dépôt de ce» état» financier», au tecréuir. municipal charge de l'élection. 


au moment du 


Excédent veraé au »ecfétair» d* la muntpaHé d. 









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FORMULE 5 (suite) 



ÉTAT DES RECETTES ET DES DÉPENSES POUR LA PÉRIODE DE CAMPAGNE 

ÉLECTORALE DU AU 

POUR LE CANDIDAT 



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boMM du MM mmK *> MMM » P«" *o«« M wife pa t naMM .. 

Contotjutont (Mlon r*nn**» 1) M 

AeMN* d* tnanMnxnl (nlon r*m» 2. part* M) 

RmnutfMMt _ _. 

Mm (prient d* pfltanw) : 



Total daa racatt** pour la period* da campagna electorate 



Dépensa* 



aa j É a I au — il au Total 



-S.O.- 



PUDMcM . 



■MtMl OM QfflpfWie) •.>.■».»•»»••••«•.—•-• 

BkXM al loumauiM oonMaué» 4 ai eMit«9M 
éajotoato du oanokw (m*» r rai I) 



-a.o.- 
-*\o.- 



-S.O.- 

-S.O.- 



Da* * dépôt d» h éMsafja M ajMaj 

CMpMMMd* bumu 



-S.O.- 



-8.O.- 



Whwj twsnteQiM sociavjx M nOftOAjfM 



*» te tour 

OU WfUtn M flMM OB ftfTMfCtefMnt.. 

Ma (priai* d» pnjdaw) : 



-8.O.- 



Total daa dépan n a pour la period* 
da campagna électoral* 



EXCÉDENT (DÉFICIT) DES 

RECETTES PAR RAPPORT AUX DÉPENSES ( A-8) 



151 



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Rapport du vérificateur 

Loi de 1996 sur les élections municipales (Article 78) 



Destinataire : 



, candidat 



Nous avons vérifié les états de l'actif et du passif et des recettes et des 

dépenses de , candidat, pour la 

période de campagne électorale allant du au 

et relative aux élections municipales tenues 

le Notre vérification a été effectuée 



conformément aux normes de vérification généralement reconnues et a 
comporté, par conséquent, un examen général des méthodes comptables 
ainsi que les sondages des livres comptables et d'autres pièces justificatives 
que nous avons huge nécessaires dans les circonstances, sous réserve 
des précisions présentées dans le paragraphe suivant. 

En raison de la nature des opérations menées durant une campagne électo- 
rale, les méthodes de vérification ne peuvent vraiment établir si les livres 
comptables comprennent bien tous les dons de biens et de services et 
toutes les entrées et sorties de fonds survenus durant la période de campagne 
électorale. Notre vérification de ces opérations s'est donc limitée à vérifier si 
les états financiers indiquent fidèlement les sommes inscrites dans les livres 

comptables de , candidat, conformément 

aux méthodes comptables établies par la Loi de 1996 sur les élection» 
municipale*. Nous n'avons pu établir s'il était nécessaire de redresser les 
entrées et les sorties de fonds. 

A notre avis, sous réserve de l'effet des redressements susmentionnés, le 
cas échéant, que nous aurions trouvé nécessaire d'apporter si nous avions 

pu nous assurer de rexhausttvltô des rtvres, telle que nous la définissons au 
paragraphe précédent, ces états présentent fidèlement reformation conte- 
nue dans les livres comptables sur lesquels Ils se fondent, conformément à 
rappUcatJon des traitements comptables prévus dans la Loi de 1 996 mit 
les élections municipales. 

La Loi ne nous oblige pas à souligner que les contributions déclarées ne 
comportaient que celles qui peuvent être conservées conformément aux 
dispositions de la Loi, ce qui nous était d'ailleurs impossible à déterminer. 





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IMotosM 


Data 


Poraonnc à contacter 


Pwmkn» 


Mmm 




Twépnont 


Télécopier 



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ANNEXE 1 - CONTRIBUTIONS 

Parti* I • Contributions 

De chaque donateur dont la contribution total* es) supérieur* à 100$ _ 

(ranptr le pari» Il à main» tf »b»»n c » d» oontfbuaan») 

Molna • rendues ou payables au donateur . 

- payée* ou payables au secrétaire A (_ 

De chaque donateur dont la contrbution totale est égale ou inférieure à 100$ 
Molna - rendue» ou payablaa au donateur 

- payée» ou payable» au secrétaire B (_ 

Total des contlbutlons 

Contributions anonyme* C _ 

Montant de* contributions payées ou payablaa au secrétaire 

A*8+C „ _ 



Parti* Il - Liste des donateurs dont la contribution total*, pour chacun, est 
Supérieur* à 1 00 1 (joindre une liste supplémentaire au besoin) 



Montant 
$ 



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ANNEXE 2 - ACTIVITÉS DE FINANCEMENT 

Ooindre une annexe distincte pour chaque activité) 

M J A 



Date / / 
Description de l'activité . 



* Droits d'entrée (par personne) A 

• a |M orem tfMSf no Mi pu In rnornoo pour lout, prit» do toumir la vonOaton oomplalo du HMi vondu». 

Nombre de billets vendus B 

PARTIE I • RECETTES LIÉES AUX BILLETS 

A x B (compris dans l'annexe des contributions - Annexe 1 ) 



PARTIE II - AUTRES RECETTES CONSIDÉRÉES COMME DES 
CONTRIBUTIONS (PRIÈRE DE PRÉCISER) : 



TOTAL DES RECETTES • PARTIE II 

(Compris dans l'annexe des contributions - Annexa 1 ) 

PARTIE Kl • AUTRES RECETTES NON CONSIDÉRÉES COMME 
DES CONTRIBUTIONS (PRIÈRE DE PRÉCISER) : 



TOTAL DES RECETTES - PARTIE III 



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ANNEXE 3 - INVENTAIRE DES BIENS ET FOURNITURES AYANT FAIT 
L'OBJET D'UNE CONTRIBUTION POUR LA CAMPAGNE 
ÉLECTORALE DU CANDIDAT 

* Un reçu doit être délivré pour tout le* bl»m tt fournitures ayant fait l'objet d'un* contribution 



Dteeripttoii 



eTacquWbon 



._/_/_. 



Valeur Valeur 

unlUk. QumUU total. 
f > 



._/_y_. 



._7_/_. 



._/_/_. 
._/_/_. 
._/_/_. 



._/_/_. 






valeur totale ÉM Nana « faumaure* ayant M robjet <fun« osnMbuton pour 
la campagne électorale du oanddat .«.«m.»»»».».»..»»»........».»,..»-.»... 



ANNEXE 4 - INVENTAIRE DES BIENS ET FOURNITURES À LA FIN 
DE LA PÉRIODE DE CAMPAGNE ÉLECTORALE 



VaUur 









._y_/_. 



Valeur total* da* bwn» at fourniture* d* la campagne électorale . 



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Al Leach. 

Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Ministre des Affaires municipales et du Logement 



O. Reg. 102/S 



Dated at Toronto on March 26, 1997. 
Fait à Toronto le 26 mars 1997. 



15/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 102/97 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 21, 1997 
Filed: March 27, 1997 

Amending Reg. 630 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Vehicles on Controlled- Access Highways) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 630 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 468/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Schedules 1 to 11, and Schedules 14 to 26 to Regulation 630 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

Schedule 

1. All of the King's Highways known as No. 400, 401, 402, 403, 
404, 405, 407, 409, 410, 416, 417 and 427. 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 406 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as The Queen Elizabeth Way in the City of St. Catharines 
and a point at its intersection with the roadway known as Holland 
Road in the Town of Thorold, 

3. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 420 in the City 
of Niagara Falls lying between a point at its intersection with the 
King's Highway known as The Queen Elizabeth Way and a point 
at its intersection with the roadway known as Stanley Avenue. 

4. All of the King's Highway known as the Queen Elizabeth Way. 

5. All of the King's Highway known as No. 2A in the City of 
Scarborough. 

6. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 2 in the Town of 
Ancaster lying between a point at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 403 and a point at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 2/53. 

7. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 2/53 in the Town 
of Ancaster lying between a point at its intersection with the 
King's Highway known as No. 2 and a point at its intersection 
with the western boundary of the Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton Wentworth. 

8. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 5 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
403 at the Halton Region boundary and a point at its intersection 
with the King's Highway known as No. 6 in the Town of 
Flamborough. 



That part of the King's Highway known as No. 6 lying betweer 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No 
403 at the Town of Dundas boundary and a point at it! 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 401 it 
Wellington County. 



10. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 6 lying betwei 
a point at its intersection with the southern boundary of th( 
Regional Municipality of Hamilton Wentworth and the roadwaj 
known as Alderlea Avenue in the Township of Glanbrook. 

11. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 in the City ol 
Brampton lying between a point at its intersection with the 
King's Highway known as 7/410 (Heart Lake Road) and a poim 
at its western intersection with the roadway known as 
Chinguacousy Road (Second Line Road West). 

12. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7/410 (Hean 
Lake Road) in the City of Brampton lying between a point at its 
northern intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 1 
(Bovaird Drive) and a point at its southern intersection with the 
King's Highway known as No. 7 (Queen Street East). 

13. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 lying betweer 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
7/410 (Heart Lake Road) in the City of Brampton and a point al 
its intersection with the King's Highway known as the Markham 
By-Pass in the Regional Municipality of York. 

14. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
28/1 15 in the City of Peterborough and a point at its intersection 
with the eastern boundary of the City of Peterborough. 

15. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the western limit of the King's 
Highway known as No. 4 1 7 in the Township of the West Carleton 
and a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 15 in the Township of Beckwith. 

16. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the roadway known as Victoria 
Street in the City of Kitchener and a point at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 8. 

1 7. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7/8 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the eastern limit of the roadway 
known as Waterloo Road No. 5 in the Township of Wilmot and 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
8 in the City of Kitchener. 

18. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7187 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 410 and a point at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 8 (King Street) in the City of Kitchener. 

19. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 8 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
7187 and a point known as No. 7/8 in the City of Kitchener. 



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20. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 1 1 in the City of 
Ori Ilia lying between a point at its intersection with the roadway 
known as Memorial Avenue and a point at its intersection with 
the roadway known Lacile Street. 

21 . That part of the King's Highway known as No. 9 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
1 1 in the Town of Newmarket and a point at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 10 in the Township of Mono. 

22. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 10 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the roadway known as 
Burnhamthorpe Road in the City of Mississauga and a point at 
its intersection with the northern boundary of the City of 
Brampton (Mayfield Road). 

23. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 20 (Centennial 
Parkway) in the City of Stoney Creek lying between a point at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 53 (Rymals 
Road) and a point at its intersection with the roadway known as 
King Street. 

24. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the roadway known as Eglinton 
Avenue in the City of Etobicoke and a point at its intersection 
with the roadway known as Regional Road No. 49 (Nashville 
Road) in the City of Vaughan. 

25. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 28/115 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 7A/115 at the western boundary of the Township 
of North Monagan and a point at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 7 in the City of Peterborough. 

26. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 35/1 15 in Durham 
Region lying between a point at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 401 and a point at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 35 and the King's Highway 
known as No. 115. 

27. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 48 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
401 in the City of Scarborough and a point situated at its 
intersection with the roadway known as Elgin Mills Road in the 
Town of Markham. 

28. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 50 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
27 in the City of Etobicoke and a point at its intersection with the 
roadway known as Columbia Way East in the Town of Caledon. 

29. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 58 in the City of 
Thorold lying between a point at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 406 and a point at its intersection with 
the westerly limit of the roadway known as Niagara Regional 
Road No. 57 (Thorold Stone Road). 

30. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 86 lying between 
its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 7 
(Victoria Street) in the City of Kitchener and a point at its 
intersection with the roadway known as Waterloo Road No. 17 
in the Township of Woolwich. 

31. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 115 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as 35/115 in Durham Region and a point at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as 7A/1 15 in Cavan 
Township. 

32. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 137 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 



known as No. 401 in the Township of Front of Leeds and 
Landsdown and a point at its intersection with the Border 
between Canada and the United States of America. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on March 31, 1997. 



Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated at Toronto on March 21, 1997. 



15/97 

ONTARIO REGULATION 103/97 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 21, 1997 
Filed:March 27, 1997 

STANDARDS TO DETERMINE ALLOWABLE 
GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT FOR BRIDGES 

1. In this Regulation, 

"bridge" includes a structure that is within the scope of the Ontario 
Highway Bridge Design Code; 

"Ontario Highway Bridge Design Code" means the cumulative works 
authored by the Ministry of Transportation entitled, 

(a) Ontario Highway Bridge Design Code, 3rd edition, (1991), 

(b) Ontario Highway Bridge Design Code Commentary, 3rd edition 
(1991), and 

(c) Ontario Highway Bridge Design Code Update, March 1995; 

"professional engineer" means a person who holds a licence or a tempo- 
rary licence to engage in the practice of professional engineering 
issued under the Professional Engineers Act. 

2. For the purpose of subsection 1 23 (2) of the Act, a determination 
of a limit on the gross vehicle weight of vehicles passing over a bridge 
shall, 

(a) be made in accordance with the provisions of the Ontario 
Highway Bridge Design Code; 

(b) be signed and sealed by two professional engineers who have set 
out the maximum allowable load limit at which the bridge may 
be posted, and the period of time for which the determination 
remains valid; and 

(c) precede the enactment of any by-law, where the by-law comes 
into force after the date on which this Regulation comes into 
force. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1997. 



Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto on March 21, 1997. 

15/97 



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O. Reg. 105/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 104/97 

made under the 

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND HIGHWAY 

IMPROVEMENT ACT 

Made: March 21, 1997 
Filed: March 27, 1997 

STANDARDS FOR BRIDGES 

1. In this Regulation, 

"bridge" includes a structure that is within the scope of the Ontario 
Highway Bridge Design Code; 

"evaluation" has the meaning set out in the General Technical 
Definitions of the Ontario Highway Bridge Design Code; 

"Ontario Highway Bridge Design Code" means the cumulative works 
authored by the Ministry of Transportation entitled, 

(a) Ontario Highway Bridge Design Code, 3rd edition, (1991), 

(b) Ontario Highway Bridge Design Code Commentary, 3rd edition 
(1991), and 

(c) Ontario Highway Bridge Design Code Update, March 1995; 

"professional engineer" means a person who holds a licence or a 
temporary licence to engage in the practice of professional 
engineering issued under the Professional Engineers Act; 

"rehabilitation" has the meaning set out in the General Technical 
Definitions of the Ontario Highway Bridge Design Code; 

"road authority" has the meaning set out in the Act. 

2. (1) Subject to subsection (2), where any person undertakes or 
causes to be undertaken the design, evaluation, construction, inspection 
or rehabilitation of a bridge, the design, evaluation, construction, 
inspection or rehabilitation shall conform to, 

(a) the standards set out in the Ontario Highway Bridge Design 
Code; and 

(b) the provisions of the works authored by the Ministry of 
Transportation, including any revisions as may from time to time 
be made, entitled, 

(i) Structural Manual; 

(ii) Structural Rehabilitation Manual; 

(iii) Drainage Manual; 

(iv) Roadside Safety Manual; and 

(v) Ontario Provincial Standards for Roads and Municipal 
Services. 

(2) Despite clause (1) (b) and subsection (3), a person may design, 
evaluate, construct, inspect, rehabilitate or cause the design, evalua- 
tion, construction, inspection or rehabilitation of a bridge other than in 
conformity with the provisions of the manuals set out therein where, 



(a) the variation from the provisions is not a marked departure from 
the provisions; and 

(b) the variation from the provisions does not adversely affect the 
safety and mobility of people and goods. 

(3) The structural integrity, safety and condition of every bridge shall 
be determined through the performance of periodic inspections under 
the direction of a professional engineer and in accordance with the 
provisions of the Ontario Structure Inspection Manual. 

3. Every bridge shall be kept safe and in good repair. 

4. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1997. 

Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto on March 21, 1997. 

15/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 105/97 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 21, 1997 
Filed: March 27, 1997 

Amending Reg. 608 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Restricted Use of Left Lanes by Commercial Motor Vehicles) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 604 has not been amended. 
For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the 
Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Regulation 608 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 9 

HIGHWAY NO. 407 

1 . That part of the King's Highway known as No. 407 lying between 
a point situate at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
410 in the City of Brampton in the Regional Municipality of Peel and 
a point situate at its intersection with the roadway known as McCowan 
Road (York Regional No. 67) in the Town of Markham in the Regional 
Municipality of York. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on March 31, 1997. 



Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated at Toronto on March 21, 1997. 
15/97 






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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1997—04—19 



ONTARIO REGULATION 106/97 

made under the 

PUBLIC SECTOR SALARY DISCLOSURE ACT, 1996 

Made: March 31, 1997 
Filed: April 1, 1997 

LAW ENFORCEMENT EXEMPTION 



1. (1) This Act does not apply to the Ministry of the Solicitor 
General and Correctional Services as an employer with respect to those 
of its employees who are identified by the Deputy Solicitor General and 
Deputy Minister of Correctional Services as employees the disclosure 
of whose names, salaries and positions could endanger their safety in 
carrying out their duties in law enforcement for which the Ministry is 
responsible. 

(2) The Deputy Solicitor General and Deputy Minister of 
Correctional Services shall identify an employee to whom subsection 
(1) applies by causing a record to be prepared, with a copy given to the 
Secretary of the Management Board of Cabinet, setting out the name, 
salary and position of the employee and the reason why the disclosure 
could endanger the employee's safety. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
March 31, 1997. 



16/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 107/97 

made under the 

INSURANCE ACT 

Made: March 31, 1997 
Filed: March 31, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 220/91 
(Assessment of Commission Expenses and Expenditures) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 220/91 has not been amended in 19% or 
1997. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



1. Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 220/91 is amended by 
striking out "and" at the end of clause (a), by adding "and" at the 
end of clause (b) and by adding the following clause: 

(c) an evaluation commenced through the Commission does not 
include an evaluation conducted by a private neutral evaluator. 

2. (1) Section 3 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following paragraphs: 

1.2 Calculate the total assessment for evaluations commenced 
through the Commission under section 280.1 of the Act, in 
accordance with the following formula: 



FF = GGx 1,000 



where, 



FF = 



1.3 



the total assessment for evaluations commenced 
through the Commission under section 280.1 of the 
Act, 

GG = the total number of evaluations commenced 
through the Commission under section 280. 1 of the 
Act that were commenced during the assessment 
period and after March 31, 1997. 

Calculate the total assessment for arbitrations under section 282 
of the Act, in accordance with the following formula: 



HH = ((II + JJ) x 2,000) + (KK x 3,000) 



where, 



HH: 



11 = 



JJ = 



the total assessment for arbitrations under section 
282 of the Act, 

the total number of arbitrations commenced under 
section 282 of the Act during the assessment period 
and before April 1, 1997, 

the total number of arbitrations commenced under 
section 282 of the Act during the assessment period 
and after March 31, 1997 in respect of which an 
evaluation was commenced through the Commis- 
sion under section 280.1 of the Act before the 
issues in dispute were referred to an arbitrator, 



KK = 



the total number of arbitrations commenced under 
section 282 of the Act during the assessment period 
and after March 31, 1997 in respect of which an 
evaluation was not commenced through the Com- 
mission under section 280. 1 of the Act before the 
issues in dispute were referred to an arbitrator. 

1.4 Calculate the total assessment for appeals under section 283 of 
the Act, in accordance with the following formula: 



LL = H x 500 



where, 



LL = the total assessment for appeals under section 283 
of the Act, 

H = the total number of appeals commenced under 
section 283 of the Act during the assessment 
period. 

1 .5 Calculate the total assessment for applications under section 284 
of the Act, in accordance with the following formula: 



MM = I x 500 



where. 



MM = the total assessment for applications under section 
284 of the Act, 

I = the total number of applications commenced under 
section 284 of the Act during the assessment 
period. 



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(2) Paragraph 2 of section 3 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

2. Calculate the insurer's automobile insurance share of the 
assessment, according to the following formula: 



D=S x(F 



FF - HH - LL - MM) 



where. 



D = the insurer's automobile insurance share of the 
assessment, 

E= the insurer's direct premiums for automobile 
insurance in Ontario in the year beginning on 
January 1 immediately preceding the beginning of 
the assessment period, 

F = the expenses incurred and expenditures made by 
the Commission during the assessment period in 
respect of automobile insurance, calculated under 
rule 1.1, 

FF= the total assessment for evaluations commenced 
through the Commission under section 280. 1 of the 
Act, calculated under rule 1.2, 

HH = the total assessment for arbitrations under section 
282 of the Act, calculated under rule 1 .3, 

LL = the total assessment for appeals under section 283 
of the Act, calculated under rule 1.4, 

MM = the total assessment for applications under section 
284 of the Act, calculated under rule 1 .5, 

J = the total, for all insurers licensed for automobile 
insurance during the assessment period, of all 
direct premiums for automobile insurance in the 
year beginning on January 1 immediately prece- 
ding the beginning of the assessment period. 

3. Clauses 4 (a) and (a.l) of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(a) $1 ,000 for each evaluation to which the insurer is a party that is 
commenced through the Commission under section 280.1 of the 
Act during the assessment period and after March 31, 1997; 

(a.l) $2,000 for each arbitration to which the insurer is a party that is 
commenced under section 282 of the Act during the assessment 
period and before April 1, 1997; 

(a.2) $2,000 for each arbitration to which the insurer is a party that is 
commenced under section 282 of the Act during the assessment 
period and after March 31, 1997, if an evaluation was com- 
menced through the Commission under section 280.1 of the Act 
and the issues in dispute were referred to an arbitrator; 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 108/97 

made under the 
MILK ACT 

Made: March 26, 1997 
Filed: April 1, 1997 

Amending Reg. 761 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Milk and Milk Products) 

Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 761 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 24/96 and 406/96. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 



1. Regulation 761 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following heading and section: 

Exemptions 

1.1 This Regulation does not apply to milk referred to in subclause 
5 (1) (a) (i) that is sold or offered for sale to Dairy Farmers of Ontario 
for non-food use or to plants that process milk or milk products 
exclusively for non-food use. 

2. Section 55 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsections: 

(2.1) If the monthly test required under section 52 is not taken or the 
result is missing for one month or two consecutive months, the tests 
taken in the months immediately preceding and following the missing 
month or months are considered to be consecutive for purposes of 
subsections (1) and (2). 

(2.2) Despite subsection (2.1), the missing months are not excluded 
from the 12-month period referred to in subsections (1) and (2). 

3. (1) Subsection 58 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) Fees for the sampling and testing are payable to the laboratory 
conducting the tests by the marketing board and by operators of plants 
to which milk is supplied, in an aggregate amount equal to two-thirds 
of the cost of the sampling and testing. 

(2) Subsection 58 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Minister of Finance" in the first line and substituting "laboratory". 

(3) Clauses 58 (5) (a) and (b ) of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(a) the charges, costs and expenses that constitute the cost of the 
sampling and testing; 

(b) a formula for calculating the fee payable to the laboratory; and 

4. (1) Section 2 comes into force on August 1, 1997. 
(2) Section 3 comes into force on April 1, 1997. 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



(a.3) $3,000 for each arbitration to which the insurer is a party that is 
commenced under section 282 of the Act during the assessment 
period and after March 31, 1997, if an evaluation was not com- 
menced through the Commission under section 280.1 of the Act 
before the issues in dispute were referred to an arbitrator; 

4. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1997. 



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Chair 



Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 109/97 

made under the 
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

Made: February 19, 1997 
Filed: April 1,1997 

Amending Reg. 950 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Proceedings Commenced by Certificate of Offence) 



>Jote: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 950 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 485/96 and 511/96. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1995. 

1. Items 2, 3 and 5 and 7 to 15 of Schedule 18 to Regulation 950 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario 1990 are revoked. 

2. Schedule 19 to the Regulation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 109/97 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LES INFRACTIONS PROVINCIALES 

pris le 19 février 1997 
déposé le 1 er avril 1997 

modifiant le Règl. 950 des R.R.O. de 1990 

(Instances introduites au moyen du dépôt 

d'un proès-verbal d'infraction) 

Remarque : Depuis le 1 er janvier 1996, le Règlement 950 a été modifié 
par les Règlements de l'Ontario 485/96 et 511/96. Pour 
les modifications antérieures, voir la Table des règle- 
ments qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1995. 

1. Les numéros 2, 3 et 5 et 7 à 15 de l'annexe 18 du Règlement 950 
des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 sont abrogés. 

2. L'annexe 19 du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui 
suit: 



Schedule 19 

Ontario Regulation 207/96 under the Forest Fires Prevention Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Start fire under unsafe conditions — site not comprised of non-combustible material 


subsection 1 (1) 


2. 


Start fire under unsafe conditions — fire less than one metre from flammable material 


subsection 1 (1) 


3. 


Start fire under unsafe conditions — space above fire less than 3 metres from vegetation 


subsection 1 (1) 


4. 


Start fire under unsafe conditions — fire exceeds one metre in height and one metre in diameter 


subsection 1 (1) 


5. 


Start fire — fail to leave person in charge 


subsection 1 (2) 


6. 


Fail to tend fire 


subsection 1 (3) 


7. 


Fail to keep fire under control 


subsection 1 (3) 


8. 


Fail to extinguish fire 


subsection 1 (3) 


9. 


Start piled wood fire — fail to ensure required tending of fire 


clause 2 (a) 


10. 


Start fire — piled wood not in 2m x 2m single pile 


clause 2 (b) 


11. 


Burn piled wood outside allowable times 


clause 2 (c) 


12. 


Burn piled wood within 2 metres of flammable material 


clause 2 (d) 


13. 


Fail to have adequate tools to contain piled wood fire 


clause 2 (e) 


14. 


Burn material — incinerator not constructed as required 


clause 3 (l)(a) 


15. 


Burn material — incinerator within 5 metres of forest 


clause 3 (l)(b) 


16. 


Burn material — incinerator within 2 metres of flammable material 


clause 3 (1) (c) 


17. 


Burn material — mesh size of screen covering incinerator outlet larger than 5 millimetres 


clause 3 (l)(d) 


18. 


Fail to ensure monitoring of fire in incinerator 


subsection 3 (2) 


19. 


Start grass fire when prohibited 


subsection 4(1) 


20. 


Grass fire exceeds 1 hectare 


clause 4 (2) (a) 


21. 


Start grass fire — fail to ensure required tending of fire 


clause 4 (2) (b) 


22. 


Grass fire edge exceeds 30 metres 


clause 4 (2) (c) 


23. 


Burn grass fire outside allowable time 


clause 4 (2) (d) 


24. 


Fail to have adequate tools to contain grass fire 


clause 4 (2) (e) 


25. 


Start fire outdoors in a restricted fire zone 


section 6 


26. 


Fail to extinguish fire after permit cancelled 


subsection 7 (2) 


27. 


Fail to keep fire permit at site 


subsection 7 (3) 



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Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


28. 


Fail to produce fire permit 


subsection 7 (4) 


29. 


Portable stove within one metre of flammable material 


clause 8 (2) (a) 


30. 


Portable stove flame not extinguishable 


clause 8 (2) (b) 


31. 


Use wood as a fuel in restricted fire zone 


subsection 8 (3) 


32. 


Operate machinery in forest/woodland without fire extinguisher 


subsection 9(1) 


33. 


Fire extinguisher — not in serviceable condition 


subsection 9 (2) 


34. 


Fire extinguisher — not rated as required 


subsection 9 (2) 


35. 


Start power saw within 3 metres of fuelling site 


subsection 10(1) 


36. 


Place power saw on flammable material 


subsection 10(2) 


37. 


Operate power saw without fire extinguisher 


subsection 10(3) 


38. 


Fail to check machinery/equipment for accumulation of flammable material 


subsection 11 (1) 


39. 


Fail to remove flammable materials from machinery/equipment 


subsection 11 (1) 


40. 


Fail to dispose of flammable material safely 


subsection 11 (2) 


41. 


Leave machinery/equipment during fire season in area with flammable material 


subsection 11 (3) 


42. 


Modify spark-arresting device 


section 12 


43. 


Travel in a restricted travel zone 


section 13 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 110/97 

made under the 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT 

Made: April 2, 1997 
Filed: April 3, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 201/96 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 201/96 has been amended by Ontario 
Regulations 324/96, 336/96, 375/96, 386/%, 507/96, 508/96 
and 27/97. 



1. The definition of "Formulary" in section 1 of Ontario 
Regulation 201/96 is revoked and the following substituted: 



"Formulary" means the Ministry of Health publication tided "Drug 
Benefit Formulary/Comparative Index (No.35)" and dated May 27, 
1996, as most recently amended on April 10, 1997. 



2. This Regulation comes into force on April 10, 1997. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 111/97 

made under the 

DRUG INTERCHANGEABILITE AND 

DISPENSING FEE ACT 

Made: April 2, 1997 
Filed: April 3, 1997 

Amending Reg. 935 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 935 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 18/96, 177/96, 204/96, 337/96, 376/96, 
387/96, 509/96 and 28/97. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. The definition of "Formulary" in section 1 of Regulation 935 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

"Formulary" means the Ministry of Health publication titled "Drug 
Benefit Formulary/Comparative Index (No.35)" and dated May 27, 
1996, as most recently amended on April 10, 1997. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 10, 1997. 



16797 



ONTARIO REGULATION 112/97 

made under the 
DAY NURSERIES ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 112/97 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES GARDERIES 



Made: April 2, 1997 
Filed: April 4, 1997 

Amending Reg. 262 of R.R.O. 
(General) 



1990 



Note: Regulation 262 has not been amended in 1996 or 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 



1. The definition of "operating cost" in section 1 of Regulation 
262 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

"operating cost" means the gross expenditure, including administrative 
costs, reasonable and necessary for providing day nursery services 
or private-home day care, or both, less income other than revenue 
from fees; ("frais d'exploitation") 

2. Subsections 68 (1), (2) and (3) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(1) Subject to subsection (3), the amount payable under section 8 of 
the Act to a municipality with respect to services provided after 
December 31, 1996 is, so long as the municipality maintains the service 
levels set out in the Service Data Schedule appended to its most recent 
Service Contract entered into with the Minister under the Act, 



(a) 80 per cent of the operating costs of providing day nursery 
services at day nurseries operated by the municipality to 
children whose parents are persons in need or, if the fees payable 
by those parents exceed 20 per cent of those operating costs, the 
amount necessary to ensure that the sum of the amount payable 



Remarque : 



pris le 2 avril 1997 
déposé le 4 avril 1997 

modifiant le Règl. 262 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Le Règlement 262 n'a pas été modifié en 1996 ni en 
1997. Pour les modifications antérieures, voir la Table 
des règlements qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 
1995. 



1. La définition de «frais d'exploitation» à l'article 1 du Règle- 
ment 262 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogée 
et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

«frais d'exploitation» Les dépenses brutes, y compris les frais d'admi- 
nistration, qui sont raisonnables et nécessaires à la prestation de 
services de garderie ou de garde d'enfants en résidence privée, ou les 
deux, déduction faite du revenu autre que le revenu provenant des 
droits d'inscription, («operating cost») 

2. Les paragraphes 68 (1), (2) et (3) du Règlement sont abrogés et 
remplacés par ce qui suit : 

(1) Sous réserve du paragraphe (3), le montant payable aux termes 
de l'article 8 de la Loi à une municipalité relativement à des services 
fournis après le 31 décembre 1996 équivaut à ce qui suit, tant que la 
municipalité maintient les niveaux de service indiqués dans les Données 
sur les services annexées au dernier contrat de services qu'elle a conclu 
avec le ministre aux termes de la Loi : 

a) 80 pour cent des frais d'exploitation engagés pour fournir des 
services de garderie, dans des garderies exploitées par la 
municipalité, à des enfants dont le père et la mère sont des 
personnes dans le besoin, ou, si les droits d'inscription payables 
par ces derniers dépassent 20 pour cent de ces frais 



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to the municipality and the fees payable by those parents equals 
those operating costs; 



(b) 80 per cent of the operating costs incurred under agreements to 
provide day nursery services or private-home day care, or both, 
to children whose parents are persons in need or, if the fees 
payable by those parents exceed 20 per cent of those operating 
costs, the amount necessary to ensure that the sum of the amount 
payable to the municipality and the fees payable by those 
parents equals those operating costs; and 



(c) 80 per cent of the costs incurred by the municipality in the 
completion of Form 1 . 

(1.1) Subject to subsection (3), the amount payable under section 8 
of the Act to a municipality that reduces the service levels referred to 
in subsection (1) is, with respect to services provided after that 
reduction, 

(a) 80 per cent of the net cost of providing day nursery services at 
day nurseries operated by the municipality to children whose 
parents are persons in need; 

(b) 80 per cent of the net cost incurred under agreements to provide 
day nursery services or private-home day care, or both, to 
children whose parents are persons in need; and 



(c) 80 per cent of the costs incurred by the municipality in the 
completion of Form 1 . 

(1.2) Subject to subsection (3), the amount payable under section 8 
of the Act to a band is, 

(a) 80 per cent of the net cost of providing day nursery services to 
children in attendance at day nurseries operated by the band; and 



(b) 80 per cent of the net cost incurred under agreements to provide 
day nursery services or private-home day care, or both, to 
children whose parents are persons in need. 



(2) Subject to subsection (3), the amount payable under section 8 of 
the Act to an approved corporation is 80 per cent of the operating costs 
of providing day nursery services in day nurseries operated by the 
corporation to children whose parents are persons in need or, if the fees 
payable by those parents exceed 20 per cent of those operating costs, 
the amount necessary to ensure that the sum of the amount payable to 
the corporation and the fees payable by those parents equals those 
operating costs. 



(3) The amount payable under section 8 of the Act in respect of 
handicapped children is, 

(a) to a municipality, band or approved corporation for providing 
day nursery services to handicapped children in attendance at 
day nurseries operated by the municipality, band or approved 
corporation. 



(i) 1 00 per cent of the net cost for the handicapped children five 
years of age or older, and 

(ii) 87 per cent of the operating costs for the handicapped 
children under five years of age or, if the fees payable by 
their parents exceed 1 3 per cent of those operating costs, the 
amount necessary to ensure that the sum of the amount 



d'exploitation, au montant nécessaire pour que la somme du 
montant payable à la municipalité et des droits d'inscription 
payables par ces père et mère soit égale au montant de ces frais 
d'exploitation; 

b) 80 pour cent des frais d'exploitation engagés aux termes 
d'ententes prévoyant la prestation de services de garderie ou de 
garde d'enfants en résidence privée, ou les deux, à des enfants 
dont le père et la mère sont des personnes dans le besoin ou, si les 
droits d'inscription payables par ces derniers dépassent 20 pour 
cent de ces frais d'exploitation, au montant nécessaire pour que 
la somme du montant payable à la municipalité et des droits 
d'inscription payables par ces père et mère soit égale au montant 
de ces frais d'exploitation; 

c) 80 pour cent des frais engagés par la municipalité pour remplir 
la formule 1 . 

(1.1) Sous réserve du paragraphe (3), le montant payable aux termes 
de l'article 8 de la Loi à la municipalité qui réduit les niveaux de service 
visés au paragraphe (1) équivaut à ce qui suit, relativement aux services 
fournis après cette réduction : 

a) 80 pour cent des frais nets engagés pour fournir des services de 
garderie, dans des garderies exploitées par la municipalité, à des 
enfants dont le père et la mère sont des personnes dans le besoin; 

b) 80 pour cent des frais nets engagés aux termes d'ententes 
prévoyant la prestation de services de garderie ou de garde 
d'enfants en résidence privée, ou les deux, à des enfants dont le 
père et la mère sont des personnes dans le besoin; 

c) 80 pour cent des frais engagés par la municipalité pour remplir 
la formule 1 . 

(1.2) Sous réserve du paragraphe (3), le montant payable aux termes 
de l'article 8 de la Loi à une bande équivaut à ce qui suit : 

a) 80 pour cent des frais nets engagés pour fournir des services de 
garderie à des enfants qui fréquentent des garderies que la bande 
exploite; 

b) 80 pour cent des frais nets engagés aux termes d'ententes 
prévoyant la prestation de services de garderie ou de garde 
d'enfants en résidence privée, ou les deux, à des enfants dont le 
père et la mère sont des personnes dans le besoin. 

(2) Sous réserve du paragraphe (3), le montant payable aux termes 
de l'article 8 de la Loi à une personne morale agréée équivaut à 80 pour 
cent des frais d'exploitation engagés pour fournir des services de 
garderie, dans des garderies exploitées par la personne morale, à des 
enfants dont le père et la mère sont des personnes dans le besoin ou, si 
les droits d'inscription payables par ces derniers dépassent 20 pour cent 
de ces frais d'exploitation, au montant nécessaire pour que la somme du 
montant payable à la personne morale et des droits d'inscription 
payables par ces père et mère soit égale au montant de ces frais 
d'exploitation. 

(3) Le montant payable aux termes de l'article 8 de la Loi à l'égard 
d'enfants handicapés équivaut à ce qui suit : 

a) dans le cas où il est payable à une municipalité, à une bande ou 
à une personne morale agréée pour la prestation de services de 
garderie à des enfants handicapés qui fréquentent des garderies 
exploitées par la municipalité, la bande ou la personne morale 
agréée : 

(i) 100 pour cent des frais nets engagés pour les enfants 
handicapés de cinq ans ou plus, 

(ii) 87 pour cent des frais d'exploitation engagés pour les 
enfants handicapés de moins de cinq ans ou, si les droits 
d'inscription payables par leurs père et mère dépassent 13 
pour cent de ces frais d'exploitation, au montant nécessaire 



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payable under section 8 of the Act and the fees payable by 
the parents equals those operating costs; and 



(b) to a municipality or band, under an agreement to provide day 
nursery services or private-home day care or both, 



(i) 100 per cent of the net cost for the handicapped children five 
years of age or older, and 

(ii) 87 per cent of the operating costs for the handicapped 
children under five years of age, or, if the fees payable by 
their parents exceed 1 3 per cent of those operating costs, the 
amount necessary to ensure that the sum of the amount 
payable under section 8 of the Act and the fees payable by 
the parents equals those operating costs. 



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pour que la somme du montant payable aux termes de 
l'article 8 de la Loi et des droits d'inscription payables par 
les père et mère soit égale au montant de ces frais 
d'exploitation; 

b) dans le cas où il est payable à une municipalité ou à une bande 
dans le cadre d'une entente prévoyant la prestation de services de 
garderie ou de garde d'enfants en résidence privée, ou les deux : 

(i) 100 pour cent des frais nets engagés pour les enfants 
handicapés de cinq ans ou plus, 

(ii) 87 pour cent des frais d'exploitation engagés pour les 
enfants handicapés de moins de cinq ans ou, si les droits 
d'inscription payables par leurs père et mère dépassent 13 
pour cent de ces frais d'exploitation, au montant nécessaire 
pour que la somme du montant payable aux termes de 
l'article 8 de la Loi et des droits d'inscription payables par 
les père et mère soit égale au montant de ces frais 
d'exploitation. 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

1997—04—26 

ONTARIO REGULATION 113/97 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: April 2, 1997 
Filed: April 9, 1997 

Amending Reg. 419 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Hogs — Marketing) 

Note: Regulation 419 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 

1. Regulation 419 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following heading and section: 

Seizure and Detention 

19. The Commission vests in the local board the power to make 
regulations, 

(a) providing for the seizure and detention of hogs or any class, 
variety, grade or size of hogs by any person appointed under 
clause 3 (1) (g) of the Act if that person believes on reasonable 
grounds that an offence against the Act or the regulations has 
been committed in respect of the hogs; 

(b) providing for the release from detention of the hogs or any class, 
variety, grade or size of hogs if the local board is satisfied that 
the owner of the hogs that have been seized and detained 
complies with the Act and the regulations respecting the hogs; 

(c) providing for the disposal of hogs or any class, variety, grade or 
size of hogs that have been seized and detained and providing 
for the administration and disposition of any money derived 
from the disposal; and 

(d) prescribing the manner in which hogs may be seized, detained, 
released or disposed of. 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



James H. Wheeler 
Chair 



Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1997—05—03 



ONTARIO REGULATION 114/97 

made under the 

CAPITAL INVESTMENT PLAN ACT, 1993 

Made: April 11, 1997 
Filed: April 16, 1997 

TOLL DEVICES: PERIOD OF VALIDATION 



1. For the purposes of subsection 191.2 (1) of the Highway Traffic 
Act, a toll device registered to a holder is validated during the period 
that a toll device licence agreement entered into by the holder with the 
Ontario Transportation Capital Corporation is in force. 

Ontario Transportation Capital Corporation: 



3. Part 5 of Schedule 25 to the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following paragraph: 

Oxford — Twp. of Zona 

14. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 19 in the Town- 
ship of Zorra in the County of Oxford commencing at a point sit- 
uate 554 metres measured easterly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the Township of Zorra Road 62/60 and extending 
westerly for a distance of 450 metres. 



Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto on April 9, 1997. 



Jan Rush 
Chair 



L. Brian Swartz 
Secretary 



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Dated at Toronto on April 11, 1997. 



18/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 116/97 

made under the 
MINING ACT 

Made: April 16, 1997 
Filed: April 17, 1997 

EXPLORATION LICENCES AND PRODUCTION 
LEASES FOR OIL AND GAS IN ONTARIO 



Interpretation 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 115/97 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: April 9, 1997 
Filed: April 16, 1997 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 619 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 44/97. For prior amendments, see the Table 
of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Paragraph 4 of Part 4 of Schedule 1 to Regulation 619 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

2. Paragraph 10 of Part 5 of Schedule 5 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

Wellington — Twp. of Puslinch 
Village of Morriston 

10. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 6 in the Village 
of Morriston, in the Township of Puslinch in the County of 
Wellington lying between a point situate 550 metres measured 
southerly from the intersection with the northerly limit of the 
Roadway known as Wellington County Road 36 and a point 
situate 350 metres measured northerly from the centre line of 
that intersection. 



1. In this Regulation, 



"gas" means a mixture containing hydrocarbons that is located in or 
recovered from an underground reservoir and that is gaseous at the 
temperature and pressure under which its volume is measured or 
estimated; 

"oil" means a mixture containing hydrocarbons that is located in or 
recovered from an underground reservoir, or recovered in proces- 
sing, and that is liquid at the temperature and pressure under which 
its volume is measured or estimated. 

Exploration Licences 

2. (1) The Minister may issue an exploration licence authorizing the 
licensee to explore for oil or gas, or both, on Crown lands lying south 
and east of the River Mattawa, Lake Nipissing and the French River. 

(2) The Minister may offer for sale by tender the right to obtain a 
licence. 

3. An applicant for a licence shall provide the Minister with, 

(a) a description of the area to be covered by the licence; and 

(b) the application fee for a licence as set out in the Schedule. 

4. (1) Subject to subsection (2), applications for licences received 
during each of the following quarterly periods are considered after the 
end of each quarter: 



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1 . January 1 to March 3 1 . 

2. April 1 to June 30. 

3. July 1 to September 30. 

4. October 1 to December 3 1 . 

(2) The Minister may, at any time, offer for sale by tender the right 
to obtain a licence if the Minister receives a written request to have an 
application for a licence considered other than in accordance with 
subsection (1) or if he or she considers it appropriate to do so. 

5 ( 1 ) A licence shall be for a term of not more than five years and the 
anniversary date of every licence shall be deemed to be January 1 in 
each year. 

(2) The Minister may extend the term of a licence for a period not 
exceeding 12 months if weather, water or other conditions prevent the 
licensee from carrying out exploration or drilling during the final year 
of the term of the licence and the licensee applies in writing to the 
Minister for the extension at least 30 days prior to its expiration and 
pays the fee for an extension set out in the Schedule. 

(3) Any extension granted under subsection (2) is considered part of 
the final year of the term of the licence. 

6. (1) A licensee has the sole and exclusive right to drill for oil or 
gas, or both, in the area described in the licence during the term of the 
licence. 

(2) Drilling for oil by means of wells located in water covered areas 
and production of oil from such wells is prohibited despite any rights 
granted under a licence. 

7. (1) A licence shall describe the area covered by the licence in 
accordance with the grid system, as shown on a plan filed in the 
Archives of Ontario at Toronto as No. 1495 or, if no grid system applies 
to the area, by description prepared under the instructions of the 
Minister. 

(2) If the area to be covered by a licence is a water-covered area of 
Lake Erie, the minimum size of the area shall be one tract and the 
maximum size of the area shall be one block. 

(3) If the area to be covered is an area other than a water-covered area 
of Lake Erie, the Minister shall specify the minimum and maximum size 
of an area to be covered by a licence on application or tendering. 

(4) In this section, "tract" and "block" have the same meanings as 
they have with respect to Crown land descriptions as shown on Plan 
No. 1495 filed in the Archives of Ontario at Toronto. 

8. (1) Subject to subsection (2), a licensee shall pay in advance the 
annual rental for a licence set out in the Schedule and, for the purpose 
of calculating the rental payable, one tract is equal to 255 hectares. 

(2) If the first year of the term of a licence is less than 1 2 months, the 
rental for the first year shall be determined on a proportionate basis. 

9. ( 1) A licensee who is in compliance with the Petroleum Resources 
Act and the regulations made under it may, with the Minister's consent, 
surrender a licence in whole or in part at any time upon giving written 
notice to the Minister at least 30 days before the surrender is proposed 
to take effect and paying the fee for a surrender set out in the Schedule. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), if a licensee gives notice to the Minister 
for the surrender of a licence under that subsection within three months 
after the coming into force of this Regulation and the Minister consents 



to the surrender, the effective date of the surrender shall be deemed to 
be December 31, 1996. 

(3) If a surrender is accepted, the annual rental for the year of the 
term in which the surrender is made shall be that required for the area 
described in the licence prior to the surrender, but the annual rental for 
any subsequent year or years of the term shall be based on the remaining 
area described in the revised licence. 

10. The Minister may reduce the rental payable for a licence in any 
year in which the licensee is prevented from carrying out exploration or 
drilling if a public authority having jurisdiction in the area in which the 
licensee was carrying out exploration or drilling directs the licensee to 
suspend such work or if weather, water or other conditions prevent such 
work from being carried out. 

11. (1) A licensee who encounters oil while drilling for gas in a 
water-covered area shall surrender the licence with respect to the area 
that has been proven to reasonably contain oil. 

(2) The licensee who surrenders a water-covered area under 
subsection ( 1 ) has a right of first refusal with respect to obtaining a lease 
to produce oil from the surrendered area if, 

(a) a lease to produce oil is granted; and 

(b) the licensee pays in advance an annual fee of $1 per hectare per 
year to maintain that right. 

(3) Despite subsection (1), a licensee who surrenders a water- 
covered area in the circumstances described in that subsection may, 
with the Minister's consent, retain the area for the purpose of exploring 
for gas at a shallower or deeper depth than that at which oil was 
discovered. 

Production Leases 

12. (1) A licensee who applies to the Minister for a lease shall be 
granted a lease for an area that formed all or part of the area described 
in the licence if the licensee demonstrates to the Minister's satisfaction 
that the area to be covered by the lease contains economically 
producible oil or gas. 

(2) If the Minister is not satisfied that the licensee has demonstrated 
that the area to be covered in the lease contains economically 
producible oil or gas, the Minister may, 

(a) amend the application with respect to the area applied for and 
grant the lease; or 

(b) refuse to grant the lease. 

(3) If the Minister offers for sale by tender the right to obtain a 
licence, the Minister may grant a lease to the successful purchaser of 
that right without first issuing a licence. 

(4) The area to be covered by a lease shall conform to the size 
requirements of subsections 7 (2) and (3). 

(5) An application for a lease for an area described by a grid system 
shall be accompanied by, 

(a) a description of the area in accordance with the grid system 
shown on a plan filed in the Archives of Ontario at Toronto as 
No. 1495 or any subsequently established grid system; 

(b) a summary of the technical data supporting and quantifying the 
discovery of economically producible oil or gas; and 

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(6) An application for a lease for an area that is not described by a 
grid system shall be accompanied by, 

(a) a Crown land reference plan prepared under the instructions of 
the Minister or any other description approved by the Minister; 

(b) a summary of the technical data supporting and quantifying the 
discovery of economically producible oil or gas; and 

(c) the rent for the first year of the term of the lease. 

13. Drilling for oil by means of wells located in water-covered areas 
and production of oil from such wells is prohibited despite any rights 
granted under a lease. 

14. ( 1 ) A lease shall be for a term of not more than ten years and the 
anniversary date of every lease shall be deemed to be January 1st in 
each year. 

(2) If oil or gas is produced under a lease and production continues 
beyond the term of the lease, the Minister shall renew the lease, for 
successive periods of not more than ten years, with respect to those 
areas covered by the lease that remain productive. 

15. (1) A lessee who is in compliance with the requirements of the 
Petroleum Resources Act and the regulations made under it may, with 
the Minister's consent, surrender a lease in whole or in part at any time 
upon giving written notice to the Minister at least 30 days before the 
surrender is proposed to take effect. 

(2) If a surrender is accepted under subsection (1), the annual rental 
for the year of the term in which the surrender is made shall be that 
required for the area described in the lease prior to the surrender, but the 
annual rental for any subsequent year or years of the term shall be based 
on the remaining area described in the revised lease. 

16. (1) A lessee shall pay in advance the annual rental for a lease set 
out in the Schedule. 

(2) If the first year of the term of a lease is less than 12 months, the 
rental for the first year shall be determined on a proportionate basis. 

17. (1) A lessee shall pay a royalty on the oil or gas produced from 
the area covered by the lease based on the full sale price of the oil or gas 
received by the lessee at the point at which the lessee transfers custody 
of the oil or gas to the purchaser, without any deduction for any of the 
lessee's or purchaser's costs. 

(2) The lessee shall pay a royalty on oil at a rate of 12.5 per cent of 
the full sale price of the oil referred to in subsection (1). 

(3) The lessee shall pay a royalty on gas at the percentage rate, as set 
out in the Schedule, of the full sale price of the gas referred to in 
subsection (1). 

(4) Despite subsection (3), no royalty is payable in respect of any gas 
produced from the area covered by the lease that the lessee reasonably 
required and used as fuel for the production of oil or gas from the area. 

(5) The royalty on oil or gas produced in a month is payable on or 
before the end of the month following the month in which the oil or gas 
is produced, unless otherwise directed by the Minister. 

(6) On making a royalty payment, the lessee shall submit evidence 
of the full sale price of the oil or gas to which the royalty payment 
relates. 

(7) The Minister may recalculate any royalty payment if the Minister 
determines that the full sale price of the oil or gas does not reflect its fair 
market value on the day of the sale, in which case the lessee shall pay 



a royalty based on the fair market value of the oil or gas on that day and 
not on the full sale price. 

18. (1) In this section, 

"pool" means an underground accumulation of oil or gas or both, 
separated or appearing to be separated from any other underground 
accumulation; 

"spacing unit" has the same meaning as in section 1 of the Petroleum 
Resources Act; 

"unitization agreement" means an agreement providing for the 
combining of separately owned oil or gas interests in a pool, 
formation or field to permit the efficient and economical drilling for 
or production of oil, gas or other unitized substances. 

(2) If the Crown's interest in oil or gas is within a spacing unit and 
all of the interests in the oil and gas in the spacing unit are combined 
under a pooling agreement, the Crown's percentage share of the 
production of oil or gas from the spacing unit, 

(a) is the Crown's percentage share as set out in the agreement; or 

(b) is equal to the percentage share by area of the Crown's interest 
in the oil and gas in the spacing unit in any other case. 

(3) If the Crown's interest in oil or gas relates to land that is subject 
to a unitization agreement, the Crown's percentage share of the 
production of oil or gas from the land is as set out in the unitization 
agreement. 

(4) When the Crown's percentage share of the production of oil or 
gas has been determined under subsection (2) or (3), the royalty payable 
to the Crown shall be calculated in accordance with section 1 7. 

General 

19. A licensee or lessee shall carry out all exploration, drilling and 
production operations in accordance with, 

(a) the Act and this Regulation; 

(b) the terms and conditions of the licence or lease; 

(c) the Petroleum Resources Act and the regulations made under it; 
and 

(d) any order of the Ontario Energy Board or of the Mining and 
Lands Commissioner. 

20. On paying the fee set out in the Schedule, a licensee or lessee 
may, with the Minister's consent, transfer or assign to any other person 
the rights conferred under the licence or lease, as the case may be, with 
respect to the whole or any part of the area covered by the licence or 
lease, on condition that the licensee or lessee does not retain any interest 
in the area or part of an area transferred or assigned. 

21. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), the Minister may forth- 
with cancel a licence or terminate a lease without liability and without 
compensation to the licensee or lessee, as the case may be, if the 
licensee or lessee fails, 

(a) to comply with the terms and conditions of the licence or lease; 

(b) to comply with the Act or the Petroleum Resources Act or the 
regulations made under them; 

(c) to comply with an order of the Ontario Energy Board or the 
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(d) to make a rental or royalty payment as required by this 
Regulation; or 

(e) to produce oil or gas under a lease on or before the fifth 
anniversary of the lease or during any five year period during the 
term of the lease. 

(2) The Minister may not cancel a licence or terminate a lease under 
subsection (1) unless he or she delivers or sends by registered mail to 
the licensee or lessee at the licensee's or lessee's last address on record 
with the Ministry a notice setting out the default and requiring that it be 
remedied. 



nothing in this Regulation affects the expiry dates of such land use 
permits. 

(3) Rights of first refusal for obtaining a lease for producing oil 
acquired before the coming into force of this Regulation are continued 
but shall be subject to the $1 per hectare per year maintenance fee 
referred to in clause 1 1 (2) (b). 

24. Regulation 766 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
and Ontario Regulation 72/93 are revoked. 

Schedule 



(3) If the licensee or lessee remedies the default within 30 days after 
delivery or receipt of the notice, the Minister shall not cancel the licence 
or terminate the lease. 

(4) For the purposes of subsection (2), a notice of failure to comply 
sent by registered mail shall be deemed to have been received on the 
fifth day after the date of mailing, unless the contrary is shown. 

(5) If a licence has been cancelled for failure to comply with a term 
of the licence, the Minister may cancel, in whole or in part, any or all 
other licences held by the licensee if, in the Minister's opinion, the 
licensee is unable to satisfactorily develop the area or areas covered by 
those licences because the licensee is financially insolvent or because 
the licensee is unable to meet the requirements of the Petroleum 
Resources Act and the regulations made under it. 

22. The Minister may require that a licensee or lessee make and file 
a cadastral survey satisfactory to the Minister with respect to the 
position of any boundary that is uncertain or becomes the subject of a 
dispute. 

Transition 

23. (1) Licences issued and leases granted under a predecessor of 
this Regulation shall be deemed to have been issued or granted under 
this Regulation and to be subject to the conditions and requirements of 
this Regulation. 

(2) Land use permits issued under the Public Lands Act for the 
purposes of oil or gas exploration shall be deemed to be licences issued 
under this Regulation and to be subject to the conditions and 
requirements of this Regulation with respect to licences, except that 



Exploration Licence Fees 

Application for and surrender, assignment or 

extension of licence $100.00 per licence 

Production Lease Fees 

Application for and surrender, assignment or 

renewal of lease $100.00 per lease 

Exploration Licence and Production Lease Rentals 

1 . The following are the annual rentals for an exploration licence: 

1 . $0.60 per hectare in the first year of the term of the licence. 

2. $1.20 per hectare in the second year of the term of the 
licence. 

3. $ 1 .80 per hectare in the third term of the licence. 

4. $2.40 per hectare in the fourth year of the term of the 
licence. 

5. $3.00 per hectare in the fifth year of the term of the licence. 

2. The annual rental for a production lease is $2.50 per hectare or 
$100, whichever is greater. 



Gas Royalty Percentages 

1 . For gas produced from water-covered areas of Lake 
Erie 

2. For gas produced from nearshore water-covered areas 

3. For gas produced from land based areas 

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10.0% 
12.5% 
12.5% 



ONTARIO REGULATION 117/97 

made under the 

GAME AND FISH ACT 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 117/97 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LA CHASSE ET LA PÊCHE 



Made: April 16, 1997 
Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending Reg. 511 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Game Birds) 

Note: Regulation 511 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 

1. Section 14 of Regulation 511 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "68, 70, 71, 72, 73, 76, 77, 
78, 81, 87B, 87C, 87D, 88, 89, 90, 91B, 92B, 92C and 92D" and 
substituting "68, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 77, 78, 81, 87B, 87C, 87D, 88, 
89, 90, 91B, 92A, 92B, 92C, 92D and 93A". 



Remarque : 



pris le 16 avril 1997 
déposé le 17 avril 1997 

modifiant le Règl. 51 1 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Gibier à plume) 

Le Règlement 51 1 n'a pas été modifié en 1997. Pour les 
modifications antérieures, voir la Table des Règlements 
qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1996. 



1. L'article 14 du Règlement 511 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 est modifié par substitution de «68, 70, 71, 72, 73, 
74, 76, 77, 78, 81, 87B, 87C, 87D, 88, 89, 90, 91B, 92A, 92B, 92C, 92D 
et 93A» à «68, 71, 72, 73, 76, 77, 78, 81, 87B, 87C, 87D, 88, 89, 90, 91B, 
92B,92Cet92D». 



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made under the 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 118/97 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES TRIBUNAUX JUDICIAIRES 



Made: March 6, 1997 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending Reg. 194ofR.R.O. 1990 
(Rules of Civil Procedure) 

Note: Regulation 194 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 

1. Regulation 194 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following rule: 

NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT OF PROCEEDING 

14.01.1 (1) The plaintiff or applicant in every proceeding in the 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto or a county named in the 
Schedule to rule 77.01 shall file a notice of commencement of proceed- 
ing (Form 77A) when the originating process is issued. 



(2) Subrule (1) does not apply to the proceedings referred to in 
clause 77.01 (2) (a) or (b) (family law). 

2. Rule 14.08 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subrule: 

Case Management 

(3) Subrules ( 1 ) and (2) are subject to the requirement in rule 77.08 
that where no defence has been filed and the action has not been 
disposed of by final order or judgment, the registrar shall, 1 80 days 
after the date of issue of the statement of claim or notice of action, make 
an order dismissing the action as abandoned. 



3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following rule: 

NOTICE OF DEFENCE 

18.03 (1) The defendant or respondent in every proceeding in the 
Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto or a county named in the 
Schedule to rule 77.01 shall file a notice of defence (Form 77B) when 
a notice of intent to defend, a statement of defence, a notice of 
appearance or a motion in response to a proceeding is served. 



(2) Subrule (1) does not apply to the proceedings referred to in 
clause 77.01 (2) (a) or (b) (family law). 

4. Subrule 76.02 (9) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

Counterclaim, Crossclaim or Third Party Claim 



(9) Where a defendant in an action under the simplified procedure 
makes a counterclaim, crossclaim or third party claim, the main action 
and the counterclaim, crossclaim or third party claim remain under the 
simplified procedure if, 



(a) the defendant's counterclaim, crossclaim or third party claim, as 
the case may be, meets the requirements of subrule (1); 



(b) the defendant's counterclaim, crossclaim or third party claim 
states that the defendant consents to the application of the sim- 
plified procedure and the defendant to the counterclaim, cross- 
claim or third party claim, as the case may be, does not 



pris le 6 mars 1997 

approuvé le 16 avril 1997 

dépose le 17 avril 1997 

modifiant le Règl. 194 des R.R.O. 1990 
(Règles de procédure civile) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 194 n'a pas été modifié en 1997. Pour les 
modifications antérieures, voir la Table des règlements 
qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1996. 

1. Le Règlement 194 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990 est modifié par adjonction de la règle suivante : 

AVIS D'INTRODUCTION D'INSTANCE 

14.01.1 (1) Le demandeur ou le requérant dans une instance 
introduite dans la municipalité de la communauté urbaine de Toronto ou 
dans un comté mentionné dans l'annexe à la règle 77.01 dépose un avis 
d'introduction d'instance (formule 77 A) lors de la délivrance de l'acte 
introductif d'instance. 

(2) Le paragraphe (1) ne s'applique pas aux instances visées à 
l'alinéa 77.01 (2) a) ou b) (droit de la famille). 

2. La règle 14.08 du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction du 
paragraphe suivant : 

Gestion de la cause 

(3) Les paragraphes (1) et (2) sont assujettis à l'exigence prévue à la 
règle 77.08 portant que si aucune défense n'a été déposée et que l'action 
n'a pas fait l'objet d'une ordonnance définitive ou d'un jugement, le 
greffier rend une ordonnance rejetant l'instance, 180 jours après la date 
de délivrance de la déclaration ou de l'avis d'action, comme s'il 
s'agissait d'une instance qui a fait l'objet d'un désistement. 

3. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction de la règle suivante : 

AVIS DE DÉFENSE 

18.03 (1) Le défendeur ou l'intimé dans une instance introduite dans 
la municipalité de la communauté urbaine de Toronto ou dans un comté 
mentionné dans l'annexe à la règle 77.01 dépose un avis de défense 
(formule 77B) lors de la signification d'un avis d'intention de présenter 
une défense, d'une défense, d'un avis de comparution ou d'une motion 
en réponse à une instance. 

(2) Le paragraphe (1) ne s'applique pas aux instances visées à 
l'alinéa 77.01 (2) a) ou b) (droit de la famille). 

4. Le paragraphe 76.02 (9) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé 
par ce qui suit : 

Demande reconventionnelle, demande entre défendeurs ou mise en 
cause 

(9) Si un défendeur dans une action régie par la procédure simplifiée 
présente une demande reconventionnelle, une demande entre défen- 
deurs ou une mise en cause, l'action principale et la demande reconven- 
tionnelle, la demande entre défendeurs ou la mise en cause continuent 
d'être régies par la procédure simplifiée si l'une ou l'autre des condi- 
tions suivantes est remplie : 

a) la demande reconventionnelle, la demande entre défendeurs ou 
la mise en cause, selon le cas, présentée par le défendeur répond 
aux critères du paragraphe (1); 

b) la demande reconventionnelle, la demande entre défendeurs ou 
la mise en cause présentée par le défendeur indique que ce 
dernier consent au recours à la procédure simplifiée et le 
défendeur reconventionnel, le défendeur à une demande entre 



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object to proceeding under the simplified procedure in the 
defence to the defendant's claim; or 

(c) the defendant making the counterclaim, crossclaim or third 
party claim abandons in the reply any claim that does not meet 
the requirements of subrule (1). 



5. Clauses 77.01 (2) (e) and (f) of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(e) actions or applications under the Construction Lien Act; 



(f) actions or applications under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act 
(Canada); and 

(g) actions or applications certified as class proceedings under the 
Class Proceedings Act, 1992. 

6. The definition of "defence" in subrule 77.03 (1) of the 
Regulation is amended by inserting "a notice of intent to defend" 
before "a statement of defence" in the first line. 



7. Subrule 77.05 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"may bear the short title of the proceeding" in the second and third 
lines. 

8. Subrules 77.06 (1) and (10) of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

Notice of Commencement of Proceeding 

(1) When an originating process is issued, the plaintiff shall file a 
notice of commencement of proceeding (Form 77A) and shall serve it 
with the originating process. 



défendeurs ou le tiers mis en cause, selon le cas, ne s'y oppose 
pas dans la défense à la demande du défendeur; 

c) le défendeur qui présente la demande reconventionnelle, la 
demande entre défendeurs ou la mise en cause renonce dans la 
réponse à toute demande qui ne répond pas aux critères du 
paragraphe (1). 

5. Les alinéas 77.01 (2) e) et f) du Règlement sont abrogés et 
remplacés par ce qui suit : 

e) les actions et les requêtes visées par la Loi sur le privilège dans 
l'industrie de la construction; 

f) les actions et les requêtes visées par la Loi sur la faillite et 
l'insolvabilité (Canada); 

g) les actions et les requêtes certifiées comme recours collectifs aux 
termes de la Loi de 1992 sur les recours collectifs. 

6. La définition de «défense» au paragraphe 77.03 (1) du 
Règlement est modifiée par insertion de «d'un avis d'intention de 
présenter une défense,» avant «d'une défense» aux première et 
deuxième lignes. 

7. Le paragraphe 77.05 (2) du Règlement est modifié par 
suppression de «et porter l'intitulé abrégé de l'instance» à la 
troisième ligne. 

8. Les paragraphes 77.06 (1) et (10) du Règlement sont abrogés 
et remplacés par ce qui suit : 

Avis d'introduction d'instance 

(1) Lorsqu'un acte introductif d'instance est délivré, le demandeur 
dépose un avis d'introduction d'instance (formule 77A) et le signifie 
avec l'acte introductif d'instance. 



(10) Upon receipt of the requisition referred to in subrule (9), the 
registrar shall notify the plaintiff to file a copy of the originating 
process, and the plaintiff shall file it within 10 days of receiving the 
notice. 

9. Rule 77.08 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

DISMISSAL BY REGISTRAR 

77.08 Where no defence has been filed and the proceeding has not 
been disposed of by final order or judgment, the registrar shall, 180 
days after the date of issue of the originating process, make an order 
dismissing the proceeding as abandoned. 



10. Subrule 77.09 (6) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(6) Upon receipt of the requisition referred to in subrule (5), the 
registrar shall notify the defendant to file a copy of the defence, and the 
defendant shall file it within 10 days of receiving the notice. 

11. Subrule 77.14 (7) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "the team leader judge" in the third line and substituting "a 
judge". 

12. Subrule 77.15 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

Filing of Form 

(2) A trial management conference form (Form 77D) shall be filed 
by the plaintiff and the defendant no later than 14 days before the trial 
or four days before the trial management conference, whichever is 
earlier. 



(10) Sur réception de la réquisition prévue au paragraphe (9), le 
greffier avise le demandeur qu'il doit déposer une copie de l'acte 
introductif d'instance. Le demandeur la dépose au plus tard 10 jours 
après avoir reçu l'avis. 

9. La règle 77.08 du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce 
qui suit : 

REJET DE L'INSTANCE PAR LE GREFFIER 

77.08 Si aucune défense n'a été déposée et que l'instance n'a pas 
fait l'objet d'une ordonnance définitive ou d'un jugement, le greffier 
rend une ordonnance rejetant l'instance, 180 jours après la délivrance 
de l'acte introductif, comme s'il s'agissait d'une instance qui a fait 
l'objet d'un désistement. 

10. Le paragraphe 77.09 (6) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé 
par ce qui suit : 

(6) Sur réception de la réquisition prévue au paragraphe (5), le 
greffier avise le défendeur qu'il doit déposer une copie de la défense. Le 
demandeur la dépose au plus tard 10 jours après avoir reçu l'avis. 

11. Le paragraphe 77.14 (7) du Règlement est modifié par 
substitution de «un juge» à «le juge responsable d'une équipe» aux 
troisième et quatrième lignes. 

12. Le paragraphe 77.15 (2) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé 
par ce qui suit : 

Dépôt d'une formule 

(2) Une formule pour la conférence de gestion du procès (formule 
77D) est déposée par le demandeur et le défendeur au plus tard 14 jours 
avant le procès ou quatre jours avant la conférence de gestion du procès, 
selon celle de ces deux dates qui est antérieure à l'autre. 



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13. Forms 77 A and 77B of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 



13. Les formules 77A et 77B du Règlement sont abrogées et 
remplacées par ce qui suit : 



Form 77A 

Courts of Justice Act 

(Court) 

(Title of Proceeding) 

NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT OF PROCEEDING 



(Court File No.) 



This action [ ] or application [ ] is for: 

(Select one only that describes the main claim) 



collection [ ] 


construction lien [ ] 


motor vehicle [ 1 


negligence [ ] 


real property [ ] 


landlord/tenant [ ] 


contract/commercial [ ] 


trust/fiduciary duty [ ] 


wrongful dismissal [ ] 


medical malpractice [ ] 


estates [ ] 


other professional malpractice [ ] 


bankruptcy [ ] 


other [ ] 


The simplified procedure (Rule 76) applies 


[ ] yes [ 1 no 


Choice of Track 


[ ] Fast [ ] Standard 



Plaintiff's Lawyer: 

(or plaintiff if unrepresented) 

Name: 

Address: 

Phone: 

Fax: 



Defendant's Lawyer: 

(or defendant if unrepresented) 

(1) Name: 

Address: 

Phone: 

Fax: 



(2) 



Name: 
Address: 
Phone: 
Fax: 



Plaintiff's lawyer's Law Society Registration No. 
Defendant's lawyer's Law Society Registration No. (if known) 

WARNING: In accordance with rule 77.08, where no notice of defence has been filed and the proceeding has not been disposed of by final order 
or judgment, the registrar will, 180 days after the date of issue of the originating process, dismiss the proceeding as abandoned. 

WARNING: In accordance with rule 77.06 (2), this form must be given to the plaintiff. 
Filed on Signature of Registrar 



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Formule 77A 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 

(tribunal) 

(intitulé de l'instance) 

AVIS D'INTRODUCTION D'INSTANCE 



Objet de la présente action [ ] ou requête [ ] : 

(Cochez la case qui décrit la demande principale.) 



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(N° de dossier du greffe) 



recouvrement 


[] 


privilège dans l'industrie de la construction 


véhicule automobile 


[] 


négligence 


biens immeubles 


[] 


locateur/locataire 


contrat/fins commerciales 


[] 


fiducie/obligation de représentant 


renvoi injustifié 


[] 


faute professionnelle (médecins) 


successions 


[] 


autre faute professionnelle 


faillite 


[] 


autre 



Application de la procédure simplifiée (Règle 76) 
Choix d'une voie 

Avocat du demandeur : 

(nom du demandeur, s'il n'est pas représenté) 

Nom : (1) 

Adresse : 

N° de téléphone: 

N° de copieur : 



[ ] oui [ ] non 

[ ] voie accélérée [ ] voie ordinaire 

Avocat du défendeur : 

(noms du défendeur, s'il n'est pas représenté) 



Nom : 
Adresse : 
N° de téléphone : 
N° de télécopieur : 



(2) 



Nom : 
Adresse : 
N° de téléphone: 
N° de télécopieur : 



N° d'inscription au Barreau de l'avocat du demandeur : 

N" d'inscription au Barreau de l'avocat du défendeur (si connu) : 

AVERTISSEMENT : Conformément à la règle 77.08, si aucune défense n 'a été déposée et que l'instance n 'a pas fait l'objet d'une ordonnance 
définitive ou d'un jugement, le greffier rejettera l'instance, 180 jours après la date de délivrance de l'acte introductif d'instance, comme s'il 
s'agissait d'une instance qui a fait l'objet d'un désistement. 

A VER TISSEMENT : Conformément au paragraphe 77. 06 (2), la présente formule doit être remise au demandeur. 
Déposé le Signature du greffier 



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Form 77B 

Courts of Justice Act 

(General heading) 

NOTICE OF DEFENCE 

On (date) the defendant(s) (insert name of defendants)) served the (State here the type of document served, e.g. notice of intent to defend, 
statement of defence, notice of appearance or notice of motion in response to a proceeding) 

(Name, address, telephone and fax numbers of defendant's lawyer or defendant, and law society registration no. of defendant's lawyer, if any.) 

TO (Name and address of lawyer or party on whom this notice is served) 



Formule 77B 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 

(titre) 

AVIS DE DÉFENSE 

Le (date), le/les défendeur(s) (indiquez le nom du/des défendeurs)) ont signifié le/Ia/T (indiquez le type de document signifié, par ex. un avis 
d'intention de présenter une défense, une défense, un avis de comparution ou un avis de motion en réponse à une instance). 

(Nom, adresse, numéros de téléphone et de télécopieur de l'avocat du défendeur ou du défendeur, et numéro d'inscription au Barreau, s'il y a lieu, 
de l'avocat du défendeur.) 

DESTINATAIRE : (Nom et adresse de l'avocat ou de la partie à qui l'avis est signifié.) 



14. Form 77C of the Regulation is amended by striking out that 
portion of the form that precedes "THIS FORM FILED BY" and 
substituting the following: 

Form77C 

Courts of Justice Act 

(General heading) 

CASE MANAGEMENT MOTION FORM 



IS. (1) Form 77D of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
that portion of the form that precedes the numbered paragraphs 
and substituting the following: 



14. La formule 77C du Règlement est modifiée par substitution 
de ce qui suit au passage qui précède «LA PRÉSENTE FORMULE 
EST DÉPOSÉE PAR» : 

Formule 77C 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 

(titre) 

FORMULE DE MOTION RELATIVE 
À LA GESTION D'UNE CAUSE 

15. (1) La formule 77D du Règlement est modifiée par 
substitution de ce qui suit au passage qui précède les paragraphes 
numérotés : 



Form 77D 
Courts of Justice Act 

(General heading) 

TRIAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE FORM 

(Insert name of party filing this form) 



Trial Management Judge or Case Management Master: 

Date of Trial Management Conference: 

Trial Lawyer: Plaintiff 



Defendant 



Jury: 



yes 



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Formule 77D 

Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires 

(titre) 

FORMULE POUR LA CONFÉRENCE DE GESTION DU PROCÈS 

(Indiquez le nom de la partie qui dépose la présente formule.) 

Juge responsable de la gestion du procès ou protonotaire responsable de la gestion de la cause : 

Date de la conférence de gestion du procès : 

Avocats : Demandeur 

Défendeur 



Jury : 



oui 



non 



(2) Form 77D of the Regulation is further amended by striking 
out paragraphs 2, 3 and 11 and substituting the following: 



(2) La formule 77D du Règlement est modifiée en outre par 
substitution de ce qui suit aux numéros 2, 3 et 11 : 



2. Plaintiff's Witnesses 
Names 



Estimated time for 
Examination-in-chief 

(to be completed by 
plaintiff) 



Estimated time for 
Cross-examination 

(to be completed at trial 
management conference) 



3. Defendant's Witnesses 



Estimated time for 

Examination-in-chief 
(to be completed by 
defendant) 



Estimated time for 
Cross-examination 

(to be completed at trial 
management conference) 



1 1 . Settlement Conference 

a) Already held on (date) by 

b) Further settlement conference will be conducted: 

yes no 

c) If yes, lawyer to arrange for such conference to be held prior to (date) 



■fTHMTT^ ' i ." 









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2. Témoins du demandeur 

Mams 



Durée estimative de 
l'interrogatoire principal 

(à remplir par le demandeur) 



Durée estimative du 
contre-interrogatoire 

(à remplir lors de la 
conférence de gestion 
du procès) 



3. Témoins du défendeur 

Noms Durée estimative de Durée estimative du 

l'interrogatoire principal contre-interrogatoire 

(à remplir par le défendeur) (à remplir lors de la 

conférence de gestion 
du procès) 

1 1 . Conférence en vue d'une transaction 

a) Elle a été tenue le (date) par 

b) Une autre conférence en vue d'une transaction aura lieu : 

oui non 

c) Dans l'affirmative, un avocat prendra des dispositions pour que la conférence ait lieu avant le (date) 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 119/97 

made under the 

DRUG AND PHARMACIES REGULATION ACT 

Made: February 27, 1997 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 297/96 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 297/96 has not previously been amended. 

1. Ontario Regulation 297/96 is amended by adding the following 
sections: 



3. (1) In this section, 

"advertisement" includes an announcement, directory listing or other 
form of communication similar to an advertisement; 

"prescription services" means the compounding, dispensing or sale by 
retail of drugs pursuant to prescriptions and the provision of 
information or advice with respect to those drugs. 

(2) It is a standard of accreditation of a pharmacy that the owner or 
operator of the pharmacy ensure that an advertisement of prescription 
services available in the pharmacy be in compliance with this section. 

(3) The owner or operator of a pharmacy shall not, through any 
medium, publish, display, distribute or use, or permit, directly or 



indirectly, the publication, display, distribution or use through any 
medium of, an advertisement relating to prescription services that, 

(a) is false, misleading or deceptive, whether as a result of the 
inclusion of information or the omission of information; 

(b) is not readily comprehensible to the persons to whom it is 
directed; 

(c) is not dignified and in good taste; 

(d) contains anything that cannot be verified; 

(e) contains testimonials, comparative statements or endorsements; 

(0 contains a reference to a member's area of practice or to a 
procedure or treatment available from a member practising in 
the pharmacy, unless the advertisement discloses whether or not 
the member has an area of expertise and, if the member does 
have such an area of expertise, the particular expertise; 

(g) contains references to a particular brand of equipment used to 
assist in providing prescription services; 

(h) contains information that is not relevant to the choice of a 
pharmacy; or 

(i) contains any representations as to the safety or effectiveness or 
an indication for use of any specified prescription drug. 

(4) An advertisement by the owner or operator of a pharmacy that 
includes price information relating to prescription drugs shall include 



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the price information for at least 15 different drugs, 10 of which each 
belong to a different one of the following drug classifications: 

1. Anti-infective agents. 

2. Antineoplastic agents. 

3. Autonomic agents. 

4. Blood formation and coagulation drugs. 

5. Cardiovascular drugs. 

6. Central nervous system drugs. 

7. Diagnostic agents. 

8. Electrolytic, caloric and water balance drugs. 

9. Cough preparations. 

10. Eye, ear, nose and throat preparations. 

11. Gastrointestinal drugs. 

12. Gold compounds. 

13. Heavy metal antagonists. 

14. Hormones and substitutes. 

15. Oxytocics. 

16. Skin and mucous membrane preparations. 

17. Spasmolytics. 

18. Unclassified therapeutic agents. 

19. Vitamins. 

(5) If an advertisement by a member includes price information 
relating to prescription drugs, the advertisement shall include at a 
minimum the following price information with respect to each drug: 

1 . The dispensing fee. 

2. The sum of the cost to the pharmacy plus the pharmacy's 
mark-up. 

3. The total cost for the prescription to the purchaser. 

4. The time period during which the advertised price will be 
available. 

(6) The price information referred to in subsection (5) shall be given 
for the standard reference quantity of each drug. However, if the 
prescription is supplied to a consumer in the package in which it was 
supplied to the pharmacy, the price information shall be given for the 
quantity contained in the package. 

(7) The standard reference quantity for a drug is the reference 
quantity indicated in the guidelines titled "Standard Reference Quantity 
Guidelines", dated January 30, 1997 and available from the College or, 
if it is not indicated in the College guidelines, the standard reference 
quantity for a drug is, 



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(b) for liquids, 100 millilitres; or 

(c) 30 grams for solid dosage forms. 

(8) An advertisement by a member that includes price information 
relating to prescription drugs shall include, in addition to the price 
information referred to in subsection (5), the following information 
with respect to each drug in respect of which price information is 
included: 

1 . The generic name of the drug. 

2. The strength of the drug. 

3. The brand name and the name of the manufacturer of the drug. 

4. The dosage form of the drug. 

5. The quantity of the drug for which the price information is given. 

6. Any of the following services that are included in the price: 

i. The establishment of patient medical profiles, 

ii. Professional consultation, 

iii. Health care services information, 

iv. After hours emergency prescription services. 

v. Delivery service. 

(9) In an advertisement by a member that includes price information 
relating to prescription drugs, equal prominence shall be given to each 
drug for which price information is given and, for each of those drugs, 
equal prominence shall be given to all the information required under 
subsections (5) and (8). 

4. It is a standard of accreditation for a pharmacy that the owner or 
operator of the pharmacy that advertises price information for a 
prescription drug ensure that the pharmacy does not charge any 
purchaser, including the Minister, more, in respect of any fee, cost or 
amount that is required under subsection 3 (5) to be part of the price 
information, than the amount set out in the advertisement. 

5. Nothing in this Part prohibits the owner or operator of a pharmacy 
from publishing, displaying, distributing or using, or permitting 
directly or indirectly the publication, display, distribution or use of, an 
advertisement that relates solely to the co-payment or dispensing fee 
charged by the pharmacy for supplying a drug that is a listed drug 
product under the Ontario Drug Benefit Act to an eligible person under 
that Act. 

Council of the Ontario College of Pharmacists: 



Martin Beutz 
President 



A. J. Dunsdon 
Registrar 

Dated at Toronto on February 27, 1997. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 120/97 

made under the 

DRUG AND PHARMACIES REGULATION ACT 

Made: February 27, 1997 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending Reg. 551 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 551 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 

1. Section 42 of Regulation 551 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

2. Form 4 of the Regulation is amended by striking out "Part VI 
or' in the sixth line. 

Council of the Ontario College of Pharmacists: 



Martin Beutz 
President 



A. J. Dunsdon 
Registrar 

Dated at Toronto on February 27, 1997. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 121/97 

made under the 
PHARMACY ACT 1991 

Made: February 27, 1997 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 202/94 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 202/94 has not been amended in 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 

1 . Ontario Regulation 202/94 is amended by adding the following 
Part: 

PART VII 
ADVERTISING 

38. (1) In this section, 

"advertisement" includes an announcement, directory listing or other 
form of communication similar to an advertisement; 

"prescription services" means the compounding, dispensing or sale by 
retail of drugs pursuant to prescriptions and the provision of 
information or advice with respect to those drugs. 

(2) A member shall not, through any medium, publish, display, 
distribute or use, or permit, directly or indirectly, the publication, 
display, distribution or use through any medium of, an advertisement 
relating to prescription services that, 



(a) is false, misleading or deceptive, whether as a result of the 
inclusion of information or the omission of information; 

(b) is not readily comprehensible to the persons to whom it is 
directed; 

(c) is not dignified and in good taste; 

(d) contains anything that cannot be verified; 

(e) contains testimonials, comparative statements or endorsements; 

(0 contains a reference to an area of practice or to a procedure or 
treatment, unless the advertisement discloses whether or not the 
member has an area of expertise and, if the member does have 
such an area of expertise, the particular expertise; 

(g) contains references to a particular brand of equipment used to 
assist in providing prescription services; 

(h) contains information that is not relevant to the choice of a 
pharmacist; 

(i) contains any representations as to the safety or effectiveness or 
an indication for use of any specified prescription drug; or 

(j) is otherwise contrary to this Part. 

(3) An advertisement by a member that includes price information 
relating to prescription drugs shall include the price information for at 
least 15 different drugs, 10 of which each belong to a different one of 
the following drug classifications: 

1. Anti-infective agents. 

2. Antineoplastic agents. 

3. Autonomic agents. 

4. Blood formation and coagulation drugs. 

5. Cardiovascular drugs. 

6. Central nervous system drugs. 

7. Diagnostic agents. 

8. Electrolytic, caloric and water balance drugs. 

9. Cough preparations. 

10. Eye, ear, nose and throat preparations. 

1 1 . Gastrointestinal drugs. 

12. Gold compounds. 

13. Heavy metal antagonists. 

14. Hormones and substitutes. 

15. Oxytocics. 

16. Skin and mucous membrane preparations. 

17. Spasmolytics. 

18. Unclassified therapeutic agents. 

19. Vitamins. 



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(4) If an advertisement by a member includes price information 
relating to prescription drugs, the advertisement shall include at a 
minimum the following price information with respect to each drug: 

1 . The dispensing fee. 

2. The sum of the cost to the pharmacist plus the pharmacist's 
mark-up. 

3. The total cost for the prescription to the purchaser. 

4. The time period during which the advertised price will be 
available. 

(5) The price information referred to in subsection (4) shall be given 
for the standard reference quantity of each drug. However, if the 
member supplies a prescription to a consumer in the package in which 
it was supplied to the member, the price information shall be given for 
the quantity contained in the package. 

(6) The standard reference quantity for a drug is the reference 
quantity indicated in the guidelines titled "Standard Reference Quantity 
Guidelines", dated January 30, 1997 and available from the College or, 
if it is not indicated in the College guidelines, the standard reference 
quantity for a drug is, 

(a) for tablets or capsules, 100; 

(b) for liquids, 100 millilitres; or 

(c) 30 grams for solid dosage forms. 

(7) An advertisement by a member that includes price information 
relating to prescription drugs shall include, in addition to the price 
information referred to in subsection (4), the following information 
with respect to each drug in respect of which price information is 
included: 

1 . The generic name of the drug. 

2. The strength of the drug. 

3. The brand name and the name of the manufacturer of the drug. 

4. The dosage form of the drug. 

5. The quantity of the drug for which the price information is given. 

6. Any of the following list of services that are included in the 
price: 

i. The establishment of patient medical profiles. 

ii. Professional consultation. 

iii. Health care services information. 

iv. After hours emergency prescription services. 

v. Delivery service. 

(8) In an advertisement by a member that includes price information 
relating to prescription drugs, equal prominence shall be given to each 
drug for which price information is given and, for each of those drugs, 
equal prominence shall be given to all the information required under 
subsections (4) and (7). 

39. It is professional misconduct for the purposes of clause 
51 ( 1 ) (c) of the Health Professions Procedural Code for a member who 



advertises price information with respect to a prescription drug to 
charge any purchaser, including the Minister, more, in respect of any 
fee, cost or amount that is required under subsection 38 (4) to be part 
of the price information, than the amount set out in the advertisement. 

40. Nothing in this Part prohibits a member from publishing, 
displaying, distributing or using, or permitting directly or indirectly the 
publication, display, distribution or use of, an advertisement that relates 
solely to the co-payment or dispensing fee charged by the member for 
supplying a drug that is a listed drug product under the Ontario Drug 
Benefit Act to an eligible person under that Act. 

Council of the Ontario College of Pharmacists: 

Martin Belitz 
President 

A. J. Dunsdon 
Registrar 

Dated at Toronto on February 27, 1997. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 122/97 

made under the 

PHARMACY ACT, 1991 

Made: February 27, 1997 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 681/93 
(Professional Misconduct) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 68 1/93 has not been amended in 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Ontario Regulation 681/93 is amended by adding the following 
section: 

0.1 In this Regulation, "sell" includes distribute, give away, supply 
or offer to sell, distribute, give away or supply, and "sale" has a 
corresponding meaning. 

2. Section 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following 
paragraphs: 

21.1 Permitting, consenting to or approving, either expressly or by 
implication, any act that contravenes Ontario Regulation 121/97 
in respect of prescription services at a pharmacy operated by a 
corporation of which the member is a director. 

21.2 Contacting or communicating with, or causing or permitting any 
person to contact or communicate with potential patients, in 
person, by telephone or by facsimile machine, in an attempt to 
solicit business. 

Council of the Ontario College of Pharmacists: 



Martin Beutz 
President 

A J. Dunsdon 
Registrar 

Dated at Toronto on February 27, 1997. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 123/97 

made under the 

DENTISTRY ACT, 1991 

Made: November 28, 1996 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 792/93 
(Fees) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 792/93 has not been amended in 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 



jurisdiction whose standards of practice have been approved 
by the College as equivalent to dental standards of practice 
in Ontario. 

Council of the Royal College of 
Dental Surgeons of Ontario: 



George ft Citrome 
President 



Minna Stein 
Registrar 



1. Subsection 2 (2) of Ontario Regulation 792/93 is revoked and 
the following substituted: 



(2) The annual fee for a general, academic, specialty or education 
certificate of registration is $1,250. 



2. Clause 4 (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



(a) $1,250 if the certificate is issued on or after January 1 but before 
June 1 in a calendar year; 

Council of the Royal College of 
Dental Surgeons of Ontario: 



George P. Citrome 
President 



Minna Stein 
Registrar 

Dated at Toronto on November 28, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 124797 

made under the 

DENTISTRY ACT, 1991 

Made: November 28, 19% 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 832/93 
(Registration) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 832/93 has not previously been amended. 



1. Subparagraph iii of paragraph 2 of subsection 9 (1) of Ontario 
Regulation 832/93 is revoked and the following substituted: 



iii. is, on the date of making the application, registered or 
licensed to practise independently and without restriction or 
condition as a dentist in Canada or the United States or in a 



Dated at Toronto on November 28, 19%. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 125/97 

made under the 

DENTURISM ACT, 1991 

Made: February 17, 1997 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 206/94 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 206/94 has not previously been amended. 

1. Ontario Regulation 206/94 is amended by inserting the sub- 
heading 'Tart I" after the heading "General". 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Part: 

PART II 
FEES 

4. (1) A person who submits an application for a certificate of 
registration, other than a certificate referred to in subsection (2), shall 
pay, for consideration of the application by the Registrar under section 
15 of the Health Professions Procedural Code, an application fee of 
$175. 

(2) A person who submits an application for a certificate of registra- 
tion to teach a brief continuing education program to Ontario denturists 
under section 4 of Ontario Regulation 833/93 shall pay, for considera- 
tion of the application by the Registrar under section 15 of the Health 
Professions Procedural Code, an application fee of $50.00. 

5. (1) Every member shall pay an annual fee in accordance with this 
section. 

(2) In this section, 

"year" means a 12-month period that begins on April 1 5 and ends on the 
following April 14. 

(3) The annual fee shall be paid, 

(a) by a lump sum payment on or before April 1 5 of each year; or 

(b) in four equal instalments payable on or before April 1 5, July 1 5, 
October 15 and January 15 of each year. 

(4) The annual fee for a member who practises denturism in Ontario 
at any time during a year is, 



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(a) if the fee is paid by a lump sum payment, $770; or 



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(b) if the fee is paid in instalments, $820 payable in four equal 
instalments of $205. 

(5) The annual fee for a member who does not practise denturism in 
Ontario during a year is, 

(a) if the fee is paid by a lump sum payment, $220; or 

(b) if the fee is paid in instalments, $240 payable in four equal 
instalments of $60. 

(6) If, in the course of a year, a member who does not practise begins 
to practise denturism, the member shall pay the difference between the 
annual fee he or she paid under subsection (5) and the annual fee 
payable under subsection (4). 

(7) The annual fee for the year in which a person becomes a member 
shall be prorated according to the part of the year during which the 
person is a member. 

6. ( 1 ) A member who fails to pay an annual fee on or before the day 
on which it is due but who pays the annual fee on or before the day on 
which the certificate may be suspended under section 24 of the Health 
Professions Procedural Code shall pay a penalty of 10 per cent of the 
annual fee in addition to the annual fee. 

(2) A member who fails to pay an annual fee on or before the day on 
which it is due but who pays the annual fee after the day the certificate 
may be suspended under section 24 of the Health Professions 
Procedural Code shall pay a penalty of 20 per cent of the annual fee. 

(3) Subsections (1) and (2) apply with necessary modification to a 
member who fails to pay an instalment on an annual fee. 

7. If the Registrar suspends a member's certificate of registration 
under section 24 of the Health Professions Procedural Code, the 
Registrar shall lift the suspension on payment of, 

(a) the fee the member failed to pay; 

(b) the fees that would have been payable had the member's 
certificate not been suspended; and 

(c) the applicable penalty under subsection 6 (2) or (3). 

8. A person who requests the Registrar to do anything that the 
Registrar is required or authorized to do by statute or by regulation shall 

pay. 

(a) if a fee for doing the thing is prescribed, the prescribed fee; or 

(b) if not and a fee has been set by the Registrar, the fee set by the 
Registrar. 

Council of the College of Denturists of Ontario: 



Keith D. Collins 
Chair 



J. Wojcicky 
Registrar 

Dated at Toronto on February 17, 1997. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 126/97 

made under the 
DENTURISM ACT, 1991 

Made: February 17, 1997 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17, 1997 

Revoking O. Reg. 657/93 
(Fees) 

1. Ontario Regulation 657/93 is revoked. 

Council of the College of Denturists of Ontario: 



Keith D. Collins 
Chair 



J. Wojcicky 
Registrar 



bcxb 

Dated at Toronto on February 17, 1997. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 127/97 

made under the 
DENTAL HYGIENE ACT, 1991 

Made: December 16, 1996 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 218/94 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 218/94 has not previously been amended. 

1. Ontario Regulation 218/94 is amended by adding the following 
Parts: 

PART III 

FEES 

7. A person who submits an application for a certificate of registra- 
tion of any class, for consideration by the Registrar pursuant to section 
1 5 of the Health Professions Procedural Code, shall pay an application 
fee of $75. 

8. (1) The annual fee payable by a member is, 

(a) $300 for a member who holds a general certificate; 

(b) $350 for a member who holds both a specialty certificate and a 
general certificate; and 

(c) $200 for a member who holds an inactive certificate. 

(2) The annual fees are payable by a member immediately upon first 
becoming a member and, thereafter, on January 1 of each year. 

(3) The penalty for late payment of a fee set out in subsection (1) is 
$50. 

9. A member who applies, after January 1 of any year, for a certifi- 
cate of registration of a different class than the one already held by the 
member, shall pay the difference between the annual fee paid by the 



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member on January 1 and the annual fee payable for the certificate for 
which the member applied if the latter fee is greater. 

10. ( 1 ) The fee to take the examinations for entry to practice is $350. 

(2) The fees to take supplemental examinations for entry to practice 



(a) $75 for the written portion; and 

(b) $275 for the clinical portion. 

(3) The Registrar shall receive an appeal of examination results and 
forward it to the Registration Committee. 

(4) A person who files an appeal of examination results with the 
Registrar shall pay a fee of $100. 

11. (1) A candidate for election to the Council shall pay a fee of $100 
for a recount of the election that the Registrar is required to hold in 
accordance with section 18 of Ontario Regulation 747/93. 

(2) The fee shall be refunded to the candidate if the outcome of the 
election is changed in his or her favour as a result of the recount. 

12. A person who requests the Registrar to do anything that the 
Registrar is required or authorized to do by statute or by regulation shall 

pay. 

(a) if a fee for doing the thing is prescribed, the prescribed fee; or 

(b) if not and a fee has been set by the Registrar, the fee set by the 
Registrar. 

PART IV 
NOTICE OF MEETINGS AND HEARINGS 

13. (1) The Registrar shall ensure that notice of every Council 
meeting that is required to be open to the public under the Act is given 
in accordance with this Part. 

(2) The notice must be published in a daily newspaper of general 
circulation throughout Ontario not less than 14 days before the date of 
the meeting. 

(3) The notice must be in English and French. 

(4) The notice must include the intended date, time and place of the 
meeting, a statement of the purpose of the meeting, and a contact 
address or phone number where further information may be obtained. 

(5) The Registrar shall give notice of Council meetings that are open 
to the public to every person who makes a written request to receive 
notice of meetings. 

(6) No meeting is invalid simply because a person has not strictly 
complied with a requirement of this Part. 

14. (1) The Registrar shall ensure that information concerning every 
hearing of a panel of the Discipline Committee respecting allegations 
of a member's professional misconduct or incompetence is given to 
every person who requests it in writing, 

(a) where possible, at least 30 days before the intended date of the 
hearing, for requests received by that date; or 

(b) for requests received after that date, as soon as is reasonably 
possible after the request is made. 



(2) The information must include the name of the member against 
whom the allegations have been made, the member's principal place of 
practice and any other practice location related to the allegations that 
are the subject of the hearing, the intended date, time and place of the 
hearing and a statement of the purpose of the hearing. 

(3) The information must be available in English and French. 

(4) No hearing is invalid simply because a person has not strictly 
complied with a requirement of this Part. 

PARTV 
PROFESSIONAL MISCONDUCT 

15. The following are acts of professional misconduct for the 
purposes of clause 51 (1) (c) of the Health Professions Procedural 
Code: 

1. Contravening a term, condition or limitation imposed on the 
member's certificate of registration. 

2. Contravening or failing to maintain a standard of practice of the 
profession. 

3. Treating or attempting to treat a condition that the member knew 
or ought to have known was beyond his or her expertise or 
competence. 

4. Failing to refer a client to a qualified medical or dental practi- 
tioner where the member recognizes or ought to have recognized 
a condition which required medical or dental examination. 

5. Doing anything to a client for a therapeutic, preventative, main- 
tenance or other health-related purpose in a situation in which a 
consent is required by law, without such a consent. 

6. Abusing a client verbally or physically. 

7. Engaging in the practice of the profession while the member's 
ability to do so is impaired by any substance. 

8. Discontinuing professional services that are needed unless, 

i. the client requests the discontinuation, 

ii. alternative services are arranged, or 

iii. the client is given a reasonable opportunity to arrange 
alternative services. 

9. Discontinuing professional services contrary to the terms of an 
agreement between the member and a hospital within the 
meaning of the Public Hospitals Act. 

10. Practising the profession while the member is in a conflict of 
interest. 

11. Breaching an agreement with a client relating to professional 
services for the client or fees for such services. 

12. Failing to reveal the exact nature of a remedy or treatment used 
by the member following a request by a client, a client's 
representative or the College to do so. 

13. Making a claim respecting the utility of a remedy, treatment, 
device or procedure other than a claim which can be supported 
as reasonable professional opinion. 

14. Inappropriately using a term, title or designation in respect of the 
member's practice. 



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15. Inappropriately using a term, title or designation indicating a 
specialization in the profession. 

16. Using a name other than the member's name as set out in the 
register in the course of providing or offering to provide services 
within the scope of practice of dental hygiene. 

17. Failing to identify himself or herself, by name or certificate of 
registration number, on the request of a client, a client's 
representative, or another health professional. 

18. Advertising or permitting advertising with respect to the 
member's practice in contravention of the regulations. 

19. Appearing in, or permitting the use of the member's name in, an 
advertisement that implies, or could be reasonably interpreted to 
imply, that the professional expertise of the member is relevant 
to the subject matter of the advertisement. This paragraph does 
not apply to an advertisement of the member's own practice or 
to an advertisement by a non-profit organization if the member 
receives no consideration for his or her appearance or the use of 
his or her name. 

20. Allowing any person to examine a client health record or giving 
any information, copy or thing from a client health record to any 
person except as required or allowed by law. 

21. Failing to provide copies from a client health record for which 
the member has primary responsibility, as required by the 
regulations under the Act. 

22. Failing to make arrangements with a client for the transfer of the 
client's records in the care of the member, 

i. when the member retires from practice, 

ii. when the member changes office location and the client 
requests that the records be transferred, or 

iii. when requested to do so by the client. 

23. Failing to advise all clients who request it of the new business 
address and phone number of another member with whom the 
member previously practised in association, partnership, an 
employment relationship or otherwise, in order to assist the 
client to obtain dental hygiene services from the member of his 
or her choice. This paragraph does not apply to a member who 
was unable to obtain such information after having made all 
reasonable efforts to do so. 

24. Failing to keep records as required. 

25. Falsifying a record relating to the member's practice. 

26. Failing, without reasonable cause, to provide a report or certifi- 
cate relating to an examination or treatment performed by the 
member, within a reasonable time, to the client or his or her 
authorized representative after a client or his or her authorized 
representative has requested such a report or certificate. 

27. Signing or issuing, in the member's professional capacity, a 
document that the member knows contains a false or misleading 
statement. 

28. Failing to pay any money owing to the College. 

29. Failing to take reasonable steps to ensure that any information 
provided by or on behalf of the member to the College is 
accurate. 



30. Failing to reply appropriately or within a reasonable time to a 
written inquiry made by the College that requests a response. 

31. Failing to attend an oral caution of the Complaints Committee or 
an oral reprimand of the Discipline Committee. 

32. Submitting an account or charge for services that the member 
knows is false or misleading. 

33. Counselling or assisting in the submitting of false or misleading 
accounts or charges to clients or in respect of their care. 

34. Charging or accepting a fee or amount that is excessive or 
unreasonable in relation to the services performed. 

35. Entering into an agreement that provides that the member may 
charge or accept payment of a fee or amount that is excessive or 
unreasonable having regard to the services that may be 
performed under the agreement. 

36. Failing to abide by a written undertaking given by the member 
to the College or to carry out an agreement entered into with the 
College. 

37. Offering or giving a reduction for prompt payment of an 
account. 

38. Failing to itemize an account for professional services, 

i. if requested to do so by the client or the person or agency 
who is to pay, in whole or in part, for the services, or 

ii. if the account includes a commercial laboratory fee. 

39. Selling or assigning any debt owed to the member for profes- 
sional services. This does not include the use of credit cards to 
pay for professional services. 

40. Receiving any form of benefit from the practice of dental 
hygiene while under suspension unless full disclosure is made 
by the member to the College of the nature of the benefit to be 
obtained and prior approval is obtained from the Executive 
Committee. 

41. Employing or otherwise benefiting from a suspended member 
with respect to the practice of dental hygiene unless full 
disclosure is made by the member to the College of the nature of 
the benefit to be obtained and prior approval is obtained from the 
Executive Committee. 

42. Contravening the Act, the Regulated Health Professions Act, 
1991 or the regulations under either of those Acts. 

43. Contravening a federal, provincial or territorial law, a municipal 
by-law or a by-law or rule of a hospital within the meaning of the 
Public Hospitals Act if, 

i. the purpose of the law, by-law or rule is to protect the public 
health, or 

ii. the contravention is relevant to the member's suitability to 
practise. 

44. Influencing a client to change his or her will or other testamen- 
tary instrument. 

45. Failing to co-operate with an investigator of the College or 
another regulatory body, upon production by the investigator of 
his or her appointment under section 75 of the Health Profes- 
sions Procedural Code or to provide access to and copies of all 
records, documents, and things that may be reasonably required 
for the purposes of the investigation. 



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46. Failing to permit entry at a reasonable time and to co-operate 
with a representative of the College conducting an inspection or 
examination of the member's office, records, equipment or 
practice in accordance with the regulations. 

47. Engaging in conduct or performing an act, in the course of prac- 
tising the profession that, having regard to all the circumstances, 
would reasonably be regarded by members as disgraceful, dis- 
honourable or unprofessional. 

Council of the College of Dental Hygienists of Ontario: 



Lynda McKeown 
President 



2. A person may apply for the issue of a certificate of registration in 
a class set out in section 1 by submitting a completed application to the 
Registrar, in the manner specified by the Registrar, together with all 
required supporting documentation and the application fee. 

2. (1) Sub-subparagraph B of subparagraph i of paragraph 1 of 
subsection 5 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

B. successfully completed a course in dental hygiene of at least two 
years at an educational institution that at the time of the 
applicant's graduation was accredited by an accrediting body 
acceptable to the Registration Committee for education of dental 
hygienists, or 



Fran Richardson 
Registrar 



Dated at Toronto on December 16, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 128/97 

made under the 
DENTAL HYGIENE ACT, 1991 

Made: December 16, 1996 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17, 1997 

Revoking O. Reg. 655/93 
(Fees) 

Revoking O. Reg. 797/93 
(Professional Misconduct) 

1. Ontario Regulations 655/93 and 797/93 are revoked. 

Council of the College of Dental Hygienists of Ontario: 



Lynda McKeown 
President 



(2) Paragraph 2 of subsection 5 (1) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

2. The applicant, 

i. must be the holder of a certificate issued by the National 
Dental Hygiene Certification Board or, if the applicant is not 
eligible to sit for the National Dental Hygiene Certification 
Examination but otherwise meets the registration require- 
ments, must have successfully completed the written certifi- 
cation examination set or approved by the Council, 

ii. must have successfully completed the clinical assessment 
set or approved by the Council, unless the applicant has suc- 
cessfully completed a course in dental hygiene of at least 
two years at an educational institution that at the time of the 
applicant's graduation was accredited by an accrediting 
body acceptable to the Registration Committee for educa- 
tion of dental hygienists, and 

iii. has paid the examination fees and assessment fees 
associated with subparagraphs i. and ii. 

3. (1) Paragraph 2 of subsection 7 (1) of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "the College" in the last line and sub- 
stituting "the Registration Committee in accordance with its poli- 
cies". 



Fran Richardson (2) Subsection 7 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 

Registrar following substituted: 



Dated at Toronto on December 16, 19%. 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 129/97 

made under the 
DENTAL HYGIENE ACT, 1991 

Made: February 20, 1997 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17,1997 

Amending O. Reg. 863/93 
(Registration) 

Ontario Regulation 863/93 has not been amended in 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 863/93 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



(2) Paragraph 2 of subsection (1) does not apply to a member who 
has been the holder of a general certificate of registration for two years 
or less. 

4. (1) Subparagraph i of paragraph 2 of subsection 8 (1) of the 
Regulation is amended by striking out "of after "Dentistry" in the 
second line and substituting "or". 

(2) Subparagraph ii of paragraph 2 of subsection 8 (1) of the 
Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

ii. successfully completed a course in a specialty program in 
dental hygiene at an educational institution that at the time 
of the applicant's graduation was accredited by an accredi- 
ting body acceptable to the Registration Committee for edu- 
cation of dental hygienists in that specialty, or 



(3) Paragraph 3 of subsection 8 (1) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "the College" in the last line and substituting "the 
Registration Committee in accordance with its policies". 



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(4) Subsection 8 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"the College" in the last line and substituting "approved by the 
Registration Committee in accordance with its policies". 



(1) If the Registrar suspends or revokes a member's certificate of 
registration for failure to pay a prescribed fee, the Registrar may lift the 
suspension or issue a new certificate on the payment of, 



(5) Subsection 8 (4) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(4) Subsection (3) does not apply to a member who has been the 
holder of a specialty certificate of registration for two years or less. 

5. Subsection 9 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



(1) It is a non-exemptible registration requirement for an inactive 
certificate of registration that the applicant must, 

(a) be a member who has previously been the holder of a general 
certificate of registration; or 

(b) meet the non-exemptible requirements of paragraphs 1 and 2 of 
subsection 5(1) and of subsection 5 (2) and the registration 
requirements of subsections 6 (1), (2), (4) and (5). 

6. Section 10 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



10. (1) A member who holds an inactive certificate of registration 
may, upon application, be issued a general or specialty certificate of 
registration if the member meets at least one of the following 
registration requirements: 

1 . The member has been the holder of an inactive certificate of 
registration for three years or less, and he or she held a general 
or specialty certificate of registration for at least three 
consecutive years prior to being issued the inactive certificate. 

2. The member has been the holder of an inactive certificate of 
registration for three years or less, and his or her previous 
practice of dental hygiene was of a nature and extent that 
demonstrates he or she could meet the current standards of 
practice in Ontario. 

3. The member, 

i. has been practising dental hygiene outside of Ontario to a 
nature and extent that demonstrates he or she could meet the 
current standards of practice in Ontario, and 



(2) Section 12 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(1.1) If a person whose certificate of registration has been revoked 
or suspended as a result of disciplinary or incapacity proceedings 
applies to have a new certificate issued or the suspension lifted, and the 
Registrar is directed under the Health Professions Procedural Code to 
issue the new certificate or lift the suspension, the Registrar may do so 
on the payment of, 

(a) all outstanding fees or any penalties imposed by a committee of 
the College; and 

(b) any applicable penalties, including the reinstatement fee. 

(3) Subsection 12 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"list" in the third Une and substituting "lift". 

(4) Subsections 12 (3), (4) and (5) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(3) A certificate of registration that has been suspended by the 
Registrar is deemed to have been revoked the day after the second 
anniversary of the event that gave rise to the suspension, if the 
suspension is still in effect at that time. 

(4) The reinstatement fee for a person applying to the Registrar to 
lift a suspension or issue a new certificate under this section is $125. 

(5) A member may be reinstated if the member applies for 
reinstatement and pays the required fees before the deemed revocation 
described in subsection (3). 

Council of the College of Dental Hygienists of Ontario: 



Evie Jesin 
President 



Fran Richardson 
Registrar 

Dated at Toronto on February 20, 1997. 



ii. provides a letter of good standing from the governing body 
in the jurisdiction or jurisdictions in which he or she has 
practised within the last three years. 

4. The member has satisfactorily completed a refresher course 
approved by the Registration Committee in accordance with its 
policies within the 18 months before the application. 

(2) The member must submit to the College proof of having 
professional liability insurance in the amount required under section 15 
before being issued a general or specialty certificate of registration. 

7. Paragraph 6 of subsection 11 (2) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "IT* in the second line and substituting "15". 

8. (1) Subsection 12 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out the first three lines and substituting the following: 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 130/97 

made under the 

RESPIRATORY THERAPY ACT, 1991 

Made: March 20, 1997 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 596/94 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 596/94 has not previously been amended. 

1. Ontario Regulation 596/94 is amended by adding the following 
Parts: 



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PART IV 
FEES 



"year" means the College's membership year that begins on March 1 
and ends on the following February 28 or on the following February 
29, when applicable. 

25. (1) Every member shall pay an annual fee. 

(2) The annual fee for an active member is $500. 

(3) The annual fee for an inactive member is $50. 

26. ( 1 ) The annual fee must be paid on or before March 1 in the year. 

(2) No later than 60 days before the annual fee is due, the Registrar 
shall notify the member of the amount of the fee and the day on which 
the fee is due. 

(3) If a member fails to pay an annual fee on or before the day on 
which the fee is due, the member shall pay a penalty of 10 per cent of 
the annual fee in addition to the annual fee. 

27. ( 1 ) If the Registrar suspends a member's certificate of registra- 
tion for failure to pay an annual fee, the Registrar may lift the suspen- 
sion upon the payment of, 

(a) if the suspension is lifted in the same year as the year in which 
it was imposed, the annual fee for that year and a penalty of 20 
per cent of the annual fee; or 

(b) if the suspension is lifted in the first, second, third or fourth year 
after the year in which it was imposed, the annual fee for the year 
in which the suspension was imposed and for the year in which 
it was lifted and, 

(i) if the suspension is lifted in the first year after the year in 
which it was imposed, a penalty of 40 per cent of the annual 
fee for the year in which the suspension was imposed, 

(ii) if the suspension is lifted in the second year after the year in 
which it was imposed, a penalty of 60 per cent of the annual 
fee for the year in which the suspension was imposed, 

(iii) if the suspension is lifted in the third year after the year in 
which it was imposed, a penalty of 80 per cent of the annual 
fee for the year in which the suspension was imposed, or 

(iv) if the suspension is lifted in the fourth year after the year in 
which it was imposed but before the day the certificate is 
deemed to have been revoked under subsection (2), a 
penalty of 100 per cent of the annual fee for the year in 
which the suspension was imposed. 

(2) If the member does not pay the fee and penalty by the fourth 
anniversary of the suspension of the certificate of registration, the 
certificate is deemed to have been revoked on that day. 

(3) If a certificate of registration is deemed to have been revoked 
under subsection (2), the Registrar may issue a new certificate to the 
former member if the former member, 

(a) satisfies the requirements for the class of certificate which is 
sought; 

(b) pays an application fee of $75; 



(c) pays the annual fee for the year in which the new certificate is 
issued; and 

(d) pays the annual fee for the year in which the member's previous 
certificate was suspended and a penalty of 100 per cent of that 
annual fee. 

28. ( 1 ) If a member resigns, the Registrar may issue a new certificate 
of registration to the former member if the former member, 

(a) satisfies the requirements for the class of certificate for which 
the former member has applied; 

(b) pays an application fee of $75; and 

(c) pays the annual fee for the year in which the new certificate is 
issued. 

(2) If a member fails to pay his or her annual fees on March 1 of a 
year but resigns before his or her certificate of registration is suspended 
for non-payment of fees, the Registrar may issue a new certificate of 
registration to the former member if the former member, 

(a) satisfies the requirements for the class of certificate for which 
the former member has applied; 

(b) pays an application fee of $75; and 

(c) pays the annual fee for the year in which he or she resigned and 
a penalty of 10 per cent of that annual fee and, if the member 
applies for a new certificate in a year after the year in which the 
member failed to pay his or her fees, the annual fee for that year. 

29. A person who requests the Registrar to do anything that the 
Registrar is required or authorized to do by statute or by regulation shall 

pay. 

(a) if a fee for doing the thing is prescribed, the prescribed fee; or 

(b) if not and a fee has been set by the Registrar, the fee set by the 
Registrar for doing so. 

PARTV 
NOTICE OF MEETINGS AND HEARINGS 

30. (1) The Registrar shall ensure that notice of every Council 
meeting that is required to be open to the public under the Act is given 
in accordance with this Part. 

(2) Notice of a meeting of the Council that is required to be open to 
the public shall be published in a daily newspaper of general circulation 
throughout Ontario no less than 14 days before the day of the meeting. 

(3) The notice shall be published in English and in French. 

(4) The notice shall contain the date, time and place of the meeting 
and a statement of the purpose of the meeting. 

(5) The Registrar shall give notice of a Council meeting that is open 
to the public to every person who requests it. 

31. (1) The Registrar shall ensure that a notice of a hearing of the 
Discipline Committee respecting allegations of a member's profes- 
sional misconduct or incompetence is given to every person who 
requests it. 

(2) The notice shall be given, 

(a) if the request is received 32 days or more before the date of the 
hearing, at least 30 days before the date of the hearing; and 



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(b) if the request is received less than 32 days before the date of the 
hearing, as soon as reasonably possible after the request is 
received. 

(3) The notice shall be available in English and in French. 

(4) The notice shall contain, 

(a) the name of the member against whom the allegations of 
professional misconduct have been made; 

(b) the member's principal place of practice; 

(c) the date, time and place of the hearing; and 

(d) a statement of the purpose of the hearing. 

Council of the College of Respiratory 
Therapists of Ontario: 

Ralph Ganter 
President 

Glen Randall 
Registrar 

Dated at Toronto on March 20, 1997. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 131/97 

made under the 

RESPIRATORY THERAPY ACT, 1991 

Made: July 22, 1996 

Approved: April 16, 1997 

Filed: April 17, 1997 

Revoking O. Reg. 678/93 
(Fees) 

1. Ontario Regulations 678/93 and 124/94 are revoked. 

Council of the College of Respiratory 
Therapists of Ontario: 

Barbara Smith 
President 



"CLHIA" means the Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association 
Inc.; 

"CLHIA guidelines" means the guidelines of the CLHIA entitled 
"CLHIA Guidelines on Individual Variable Insurance Contracts 
Relating to Segregated Funds" and dated March 4, 1997, as 
published in the Ontario Gazette dated May 3, 1997; 

"segregated fund" means, in relation to a variable insurance contract, 
the separate and distinct fund referred to in the definition of 
"variable insurance contract" in subsection 110 (1) of the Act upon 
which the contract is based; 

"variable insurance contract" means a variable insurance contract as 
defined in subsection 1 10 (1) of the Act. 

Filings with Superintendent 

2. (1) The following are prescribed as material that is required to be 
filed with the Superintendent under subsection 1 10 (2) of the Act: 

1. A compliance report in the form required under the CLHIA 
guidelines. 

2. One of the following, 

i. a report of the CLHIA indicating that the documents that the 
insurer is required to provide to the CLHIA under the 
provisions of the CLHIA guidelines have been provided and 
that the documents comply with the requirements of the 
CLHIA guidelines, 

ii. a report from a lawyer in private practice in Canada 
indicating that the documents referred to in subparagraph i 
have been provided to the lawyer and that the documents 
comply with the requirements of the CLHIA guidelines, 

iii. a certificate that satisfies the requirements in subsection (2). 

(2) The following are the requirements that must be satisfied by a 
certificate referred to in subparagraph iii of paragraph 2 of subsection 
(1): 

1 . The certificate must be issued by the official in another province 
or territory of Canada who is the equivalent of the Superinten- 
dent. 

2. For every document in the information folder filed, or being 
filed, with the Superintendent, there must be an identical 
document attached to the certificate. 



Dated at Toronto on July 22, 1996. 
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Glen Randall 3- The certificate must state that the documents referred to in 

Registrar paragraph 2 that are attached to the certificate are authorized for 

use in the province or territory of the official who issued the 
certificate. 

(3) If the insurer files a new information folder under subsection 
1 10 (6) of the Act the insurer shall also file, 



ONTARIO REGULATION 132/97 

made under the 

INSURANCE ACT 

Made: April 16, 1997 
Filed: April 17, 1997 

VARIABLE INSURANCE CONTRACTS 



Definitions 



1. In this Regulation, 



(a) the documents prescribed in subsection (1); 

(b) for each document in the new information folder that is changed 
from the corresponding document in the latest information 
folder, a version of the document that identifies every change. 

3. (1) The information folder and other material that are required to 
be filed under subsection 1 10 (2) of the Act shall be filed at least thirty 
days before the insurer issues, or offers to enter into, a variable 
insurance contract to which the folder and other material relate. 

(2) Any two of the chief executive officer, chief financial officer, 
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insurer appointed for the purpose are prescribed for the purposes of 
subsection 110 (4) of the Act as other persons who may sign the 
certificate referred to in that subsection. 

Time Period for New Information Folder 
(no material change) 

4. The period that ends on the earlier of the following dates is 
prescribed as the period of time for the purposes of clause 1 1 (6) (b) 
of the Act: 

1. The date that is thirteen months after the date of filing of the 
latest information folder. 

2. The date that is sixteen months after the last day of the period to 
which the audited financial statement included in the latest 
information folder filed with the Superintendent relates. 

Promises, Comparisons, etc. Connected to Sales 

5. It is an unfair or deceptive act or practice for an insurer, in 
connection with the sale or marketing of variable insurance contracts, 

(a) to give an undertaking or make a promise as to, 
(i) the future value of a fund, 

(ii) an interest in a fund, or 

(iii) a benefit supported by a fund other than a guarantee, in the 
variable insurance contract, that all or a portion of the 
premiums will be returned on the death of the insured or at 
the maturity of the contract; 

(b) to make a comparison between a variable insurance contract and 
another type of investment that misrepresents the other type of 
investment or that misrepresents its advantages or disadvan- 
tages; 

(c) to make a false or misleading statement about the segregated 
fund upon which a variable insurance contract is or would be 
based. 

Documentation before Acceptance 



6. (1) On and after the day on which the CLHIA guidelines require 
audited financial statements, it is an unfair or deceptive act or practice 
for an insurer to accept an application for a variable insurance contract 
from a person before, 






(a) delivering to the person, along with the copy of the latest 
information folder required under subsection 1 1 (5) of the Act, 
a copy of the most recent audited financial statement for the 
segregated fund upon which the contract would be based; and 

(b) obtaining from the person a signed acknowledgment that the 
person has received a copy of the latest information folder. 



(2) Clause (1) (a) does not apply if the latest information folder 
includes a copy of the most recent audited financial statement. 



Annual Statement to Contract Holders 

7. It is an unfair or deceptive act or practice for an insurer to fail to 
give, in accordance with the CLHIA guidelines, the annual statement 
the insurer is required to give under those guidelines to each person to 
whom the insurer has issued a variable insurance contract. 

Partitions 

8. (1) It is an unfair or deceptive act or practice for an insurer that 
intends to partition the assets of a segregated fund to fail to give, in 
accordance with the CLHIA guidelines, the notice the insurer is 
required to give under those guidelines to the Superintendent or a 
person who has been issued a contract that is based on the fund. 

(2) In this section, "partition" means the allocation of identifiable 
assets of a fund to the credit of classes of persons to whom variable 
insurance contracts have been issued. 

(3) This section does not apply if the partition is a routine internal 
accounting practice in the normal course of business. 

Mergers 

9. If one or more insurers intend to merge segregated funds, it is an 
unfair or deceptive act or practice, 

(a) for an insurer to fail to file with the Superintendent, in 
accordance with the CLHIA guidelines, the documents the 
insurer is required to file under those guidelines; 

(b) for an insurer that maintains a fund that is to be merged to fail to 
give, in accordance with the CLHIA guidelines, the notice the 
insurer is required to give under those guidelines to a person who 
has been issued a contract that is based on the fund; 

(c) for the insurer that will maintain the fund that will be formed by 
the merger to fail to disclose, in accordance with the CLHIA 
guidelines, the income tax implications the insurer is required to 
disclose under those guidelines to a person who has been issued 
a contract that is based on a fund to be merged. 

Audited Statements 

10. On and after the day on which the CLHIA guidelines require 
audited financial statements, an insurer shall ensure that audited 
financial statements that comply with the CLHIA guidelines are 
prepared. 

Commencement 

11. (1) Except as provided in subsection (2), this Regulation 
comes into force on July 1, 1997. 

(2) Sections 1, 2 and 3 come into force on the day this Regulation 
is filed but until July 1, 1997 those sections apply only with respect 
to variable insurance contracts that are issued on or after July 1, 
1997 or that an insurer offers, before that day, to enter into on or 
after that day. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 133/97 

made under the 
INSURANCE ACT 

Made: April 16, 1997 
Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending Reg. 677 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Variable Insurance Contracts of Life Insurers) 

Note: Regulation 677 has not previously been amended. 

1. The title to Regulation 677 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

VARIABLE INSURANCE CONTRACTS, ISSUED 

BEFORE JULY 1, 1997, WITH INSURERS 

NO LONGER ISSUING THEM 

2. Sections 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

2. This Regulation applies only with respect to a variable insurance 
contract issued before July 1 , 1997 that is with an insurer that no longer 
issues or offers to enter into such contracts. 

3. Forms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 of the Regulation are revoked. 

4. This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 1997. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 134/97 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: April 16, 1997 
Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 143/96 

(Powers of the Minister or a Commission for the 

Implementation of a Restructuring Proposal) 

Since January 1, 1997, Ontario Regulation 143/96 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 76/97. For prioi amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 134/97 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES MUNICIPALITES 

pris le 16 avril 1997 
déposé le 17 avril 1997 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 143/96 
(Pouvoirs du ministre ou d'une commission visant la 
mise en œuvre d'une proposition de restructuration) 

Remarque : Depuis le 1 er janvier 1997, le Règlement de l'Ontario 
1 43/96 a été modifié par le Règlement de l'Ontario 76/97. 
Pour les modifications antérieures, voir la Table des 
Règlements qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1996. 



1. Subsection 18 (3) of Ontario Regulation 143/96 is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(3) This section does not apply to an order of the Minister that comes 
into force between January 1, 1997 and May 15, 1997, both inclusive, 
implementing a restructuring proposal submitted to the Minister on or 
before March 31, 1997. 



1. Le paragraphe 18 (3) du Règlement de 
abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 



'Ontario 143/96 est 



(3) Le présent article ne s'applique pas à l'arrêté du ministre qui 
entre en vigueur entre, inclusivement, le 1 er janvier 1997 et le 15 mai 
1997, et qui met en œuvre une proposition de restructuration présentée 
au ministre le 31 mars 1997 ou avant cette date. 



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O. Reg. 137/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 135/97 

made under the 

ONTARIO PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1994 

Made: April 9, 1997 
Filed: April 17, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 482/73 

(County of Halton (now the Regional Municipality 

of Halton), City of Burlington)) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 482/73 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1980 has not been amended in 1997. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Tables of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1991 and the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Subparagraph iv of paragraph 1 of subsection 2 (2) of Ontario 
Regulation 482/73 is amended by adding the following sub-subpara- 
graph: 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 136/97 

made under the 

LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

Made: April 16, 1997 
Filed: April 18, 1997 

Amending Reg. 723 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Possession of Liquor in Provincial Parks) 

Regulation 723 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 



1. The Schedule to Regulation 723 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 



H. Those parts of lots 6, 7, 8 and 9 in Concession I, East 
Flamborough in the City of Burlington in the Regional 
Municipality of Halton, being the lands outlined on a map 
numbered 190 identified by the Registrar of Regulations Office 
on April 17, 1997 and filed with the Provincial Planning Services 
Branch of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing at 
Toronto. 



2. Subparagraph v of paragraph 1 of subsection 2 (2) of the 
Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

v. Lots 1 to 13, inclusive, in Concession II, East Flamborough in 
the City of Burlington in the Regional Municipality of Halton, 
excepting: 

A. Those parts of lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 in Concession II, East 
Flamborough in the City of Burlington in the Regional 
Municipality of Halton, being the lands outlined on a map 
numbered 190 identified by the Registrar of Regulations 
Office on April 17, 1997 and filed with the Provincial 
Planning Services Branch of the Ministry of Municipal 
Affairs and Housing at Toronto. 



Awenda Provincial Park 
Balsam Lake Provincial Park 
Bass Lake Provincial Park 
Blue Lake Provincial Park 
Bon Echo Provincial Park 
Craighleith Provincial Park 
Darlington Provincial Park 
Earl Rowe Provincial Park 
Emily Provincial Park 
Fitzroy Provincial Park 
Ipperwash Provincial Park 
Killbear Provincial Park 
Long Point Provincial Park 
MacGregor Point Provincial Park 
Mara Provincial Park 
McRae Point Provincial Park 
Oastler Lake Provincial Park 



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Pinery Provincial Park 
Point Farms Provincial Park 
Port Burwell Provincial Park 
Presqu'île Provincial Park 
Rideau River Provincial Park 
Rock Point Provincial Park 
Rondeau Provincial Park 
Rushing River Provincial Park 
Sandbanks Provincial Park 
Sauble Falls Provincial Park 
Serpent Mounds Provincial Park 
Sibbald Point Provincial Park 
Six Mile Lake Provincial Park 
Sleeping Giant Provincial Park 
Turkey Point Provincial Park 
Wheatley Provincial Park 



ONTARIO REGULATION 137/97 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 



3. Paragraph 3 of subsection 2 (2) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

3. All original road allowances between or fronting on the lands 
described in this subsection, excepting: 

i. Those parts of the original road allowances in the City of 
Burlington, in the Regional Municipality of Halton that are 
within the lands outlined on a map numbered 190 identified 
by the Registrar of Regulations Office on April 17,1 997 and 
filed with the Provincial Planning Services Branch of the 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing at Toronto. 



Made: April 16, 1997 
Filed: April 18, 1997 

BURLEY TOBACCO— DISSOLUTION OF 
LOCAL BOARD 

1. In this Regulation, 

"local board" means The Ontario Burley Tobacco Growers' Marketing 
Board. 

2. The local board shall donate the money standing to its credit to the 
Access Program at the Ridgetown College of Agricultural Technology 
for scholarships to crop science students in the name of the local board. 



Meredith Beresford 

Director 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



3. The local board is dissolved. 

4. Regulation 399 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
revoked. 



Dated at Toronto on April 9, 1997. 



5. Sections 3 and 4 come into force on the day one month after 
this Regulation is filed under the Regulations Act. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 138/97 
made under the 
MILK ACT 

Made: April 2, 1997 
Filed: April 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 760 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Milk and Farm-Separated Cream — Plan) 

Regulation 760 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 



1. Paragraphs 6 and 7 of section 7 of the Schedule to Regulation 
760 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

6. Region 6, comprising the Counties of Dufferin, Simcoe and 
Wellington and the Regional Municipality of Peel. 

7. Region 7, comprising the County of Brant and the Regional 
Municipalities of Haldimand-Norfolk, Halton, Hamilton- Wen- 
tworth and Niagara. 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



James H. Wheeler 
Chair 

Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated at Guelph on April 2, 1997. 



as No. 1 18 in the Town of Bracebridge and extending southerly 
for a distance of 2000 metres in the Town of Gravenhurst. 



Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto on April 21, 1997. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 140/97 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: April 21, 1997 
Filed: April 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 619 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 44/97 and 1 15/97. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Section 7 of Regulation 619 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

7. Despite paragraph 8 of Part 3 of Schedule 53, no person shall 
operate a motor vehicle at a greater rate of speed than 60 
kilometres per hour on days during which school is regularly 
held between the hours of 7:15 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. and 2:15 p.m. 
to 3:15 p.m. on that part of the King's Highway known as No. 48 
in the Town of Georgina in the Regional Municipality of York 
beginning at a point situate 105 metres measured westerly from 
its intersection with the westerly limit of the roadway known as 
Weir's Road and extending westerly for a distance of 750 metres. 



19/97 



Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 139/97 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: April 21, 1997 
Filed: April 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 604 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Parking) 

Regulation 604 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 



1. Paragraph 27 of Schedule 6 of Appendix A to Regulation 604 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

27. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 1 1 in the District 
of Municipality of Muskoka beginning at a point situate at its 
intersection with the centre line of the King's Highway known 



Dated at Toronto on April 21, 1997. 
19/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 141797 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: April 21, 1997 
Filed: April 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 619 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 44/97, 115/97 and 140/97. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 

1. Regulation 619 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following Schedule: 



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Schedule 265 
HIGHWAY NO. 529 



O. Reg. 144/97 

(3) Item 73 of Part I of Schedule 5 to the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



PartI 

(Reserved) 

Part 2 
(Reserved) 

Part 3 
(Reserved) 

Part 4 
(Reserved) 

Part 5 

Parry Sound — Twp. of Wallbridge 

1. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 529 in the 
Township of Wallbridge in the Territorial District of Parry Sound 
lying between a point situate at its intersection with the westerly 
limit of the northerly junction of the King's Highway known as 
No. 69 and extending westerly to a point situate 500 metres in the 
Magnetawan First Nation Reserve No. 1 . 

Part 6 

(Reserved) 

Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto on April 21, 1997. 

19/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 142/97 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: April 24, 1997 
Filed: April 24, 1997 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 14/97, 15/97 and 59/97. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1996. 

1. (1) Item 22 of Part I of Schedule 5 to Regulation 552 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

(2) Items 36 and 61 of Part I of Schedule 5 to the Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted: 



73. 



Toronto 



Community Physiotherapy Centre 



(4) Part I of Schedule 5 to the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following item: 



84.0.1. Waterdown 
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King East Physiotherapy 



ONTARIO REGULATION 143/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: April 23, 1997 
Filed: April 25, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 25/86 

(Zoning Areas — District of Kenora (Territorial), 

Part of the Sioux Lookout Planning Area) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Ontario Regulation 25/86 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 12/97. For prior amendments, 
see the Tables of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 
and the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Ontario Regulation 25/86 is amended by adding the following 
section: 

123. (1) Despite section 16, no building or structure shall be 
erected other than a boat-house, steam-bath, dock or wharf within 13 
metres of the shoreline of a lake on the land described in subsection (2). 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to those lands in the geographic Town- 
ship of Drayton in the District of Kenora, being part of Mining Location 
HW 1 14 and the road allowance along the shore of Pelican Lake, more 
particularly described as Parcel 13457 D.K.F and Parcel 21253 D.K.F. 



Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on April 23, 1997. 



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36. 



61. 



North York 



Simcoe 



Kinesis Physical Therapy 



Elgin Ave. Physiotherapy 



ONTARIO REGULATION 144/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: April 18, 1997 
Filed: April 25, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 25/86 

(Zoning Areas — District of Kenora (Territorial), 

Part of the Sioux Lookout Planning Area) 

Since January 1, 1997, Ontario Regulation 25/86 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 12/97 and 143/97. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Ontario Regulation 25/86 is amended by adding the following 
section: 



Note: 



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122. (1) Despite section 52, the storage of aggregates, equipment 
maintenance and an office building, together with accessory buildings 
and structures are permitted on the lands described in subsection (3). 

(2) Despite subsection S3 (1), the uses, buildings and structures 
described in subsection (1) are subject to the following requirements: 

Minimum front yard 10 metres 

Minimum side yard 15 metres 

Minimum rear yard 15 metres 

Maximum height of any 
building 11 metres 

(3) Subsections (1) and (2) apply to the land in the geographic 
Township of Vermilion Additional, in the District of Kenora, being 
parts of Lots 4 and 5 in Concession II, Location CL9425 designated as 
parts 1 , 2 and 3 on Plan 23R-9559 deposited in the Land Registry Office 
for the Land Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23). 

Karen Smith 

Manager 

Provincial Planning Services Branch 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on April 18, 1997. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 145/97 

made under the 

MOTORIZED SNOW VEHICLES ACT 

Made: April 24, 1997 
Filed: April 28, 1997 

Amending Reg. 804 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 804 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 

1. Sections 23 and 24 of Regulation 804 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following substituted: 



23. (1) The registration number of the motorized snow vehicle shall 



be, 



(a) affixed to both sides of the cowling on decals provided by the 
Ministry; or 

(b) painted on, or affixed to, both sides of the cowling as prescribed 
in subsection (4). 

(2) Decals with a registration number displayed in accordance with 
clause (1) (a) shall be not less than 10 centimetres and not more than IS 
centimetres from the rear of the cowling. 

(3) Despite subsection (2), if the design of the motorized snow 
vehicle makes it impracticable to affix the decals in accordance with 
that subsection, the decals may be affixed to each side of the tunnel of 
the vehicle next to or as near as possible to the forward edge of the 
reflector light. 

(4) A registration number displayed in accordance with clause 1 (b) 
shall, 

(a) be painted on, or affixed to, both sides of the cowling with the 
rear limit of the number being not less than 10 centimetres and 
not more than 15 centimetres from the rear of the cowling; 

(b) be in a colour that contrasts with its background; 

(c) be not less than five centimetres and not more than 7.6 
centimetres high; 

(d) have a stroke width of not less than five millimetres and not more 
than 13 millimetres; 

(e) have digits of uniform style and height; and 

(0 where practicable, have the digits separated by spaces that are 
not more than five centimetres wide. 

24. (1) If a validation device is issued, its adhesive part must be 
affixed so that, 

(a) for a registration number displayed in accordance with clause 
23 (1) (a), the adhesive part of the device is on the upper right 



hand corner of the decal that is on the left side of the motorized 
snow vehicle; or 

(b) for a registration number displayed in accordance with clause 
23 ( 1 ) (b), the adhesive part of the device is to the left side of the 
cowling of the vehicle between the registration number and the 
rear of the cowling. 

(2) For a validation device issued after June 1, 1997 for a registra- 
tion number displayed in accordance with clause 23 (1) (b), the adhes- 
ive part of the device must be affixed to the centre of an area of white 
background that forms a border of at least one centimetre in width sur- 
rounding the adhesive part of the validation device. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 146/97 

made under the 

CAPITAL INVESTMENT PLAN ACT, 1993 

Made: April 24, 1997 
Filed: April 28, 1997 



GENERAL 

1. The following fees are payable to the Ontario Transportation 
Capital Corporation: 

1. For opening a toll device account with the 
Corporation $10 

per toll 

device 

registered 

to the 

account 

2. For maintaining a toll charge account $2 

per month 

3. For the use of a toll device issued by the 
Corporation nil for a 

first 

device; $1 

per month 

per device 

for each 

device after 

the first 

4. For the replacement of a toll device $50 

per device 
replaced 

2. A fee of $25 is payable to the Ministry of Finance on an appeal 
made to the Registrar of Motor Vehicles under subsection 43 ( 10) of the 
Act. 

3. The Ontario Transportation Capital Corporation shall collect 
personal information in the following ways only: 

1 . Directly from the individual to whom the information relates. 



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2. By means of the electronic toll system. 



3. From the Ministry of Transportation. 



4 . From the governments of other jurisdictions or persons or agents 
in other jurisdictions that have entered into reciprocal arrange- 
ments or agreements with the Ontario Transportation Capital 
Corporation or the Ministry of Transportation. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 147/97 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: April 24, 1997 
Filed: April 28, 1997 

TOLL DEVICES 



1. The following toll devices are prescribed for the purposes of 
section 191.2 of the Act: 



5. From credit reporting agencies. 



4. Personal information collected under the Act shall be used only 
for the purposes of the enforcement and collection of tolls, traffic plan- 
ning, revenue management and the enforcement of offences under 
Part X. 1 of the Highway Traffic Act. 



5. Despite subsection 5 (1) of Regulation 460 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990, personal information used by the Ontario 
Transportation Capital Corporation shall be retained by it for at least 65 
days unless the individual to whom the information relates consents in 
writing to its earlier disposal. 



6. (1) In this section, 



"record" means any record of information collected through the 
electronic toll system and includes electronically stored video 
images, toll device identification numbers, vehicle classifications 
and dates, times and locations of entry to or exit from a toll highway 
by a motor vehicle or a toll device affixed to a motor vehicle. 



1 . A toll device that bears the trademark "ETR Express Toll Route" 
and either the trademark "Mark IV" and the label "Heavy 
Vehicle 4" or the trademark "Delco Electronics" and the 
label "4". 



2. A toll device that bears the trademarks "Advantage 75" 
"Delco Electronics" and the label "Type III RS— 232". 



and 



2. (1) Where a toll device is required, it shall be mounted at least 5 
centimetres from any metal object. 



(2) Where a toll device is required, it shall be mounted on the inside 
of the front windshield of the vehicle, in the centre of the windshield, 
such that the top of the toll device is at least 5 centimetres and not more 
than 10 centimetres from the top of the windshield. 



(3) Despite subsection (2), if the vehicle's front windshield is 
divided in the centre by a vertical metal strip, the toll device shall be 
mounted as described in that subsection except that it shall be located 
at least 5 centimetres to the right of the vertical metal strip. 



(2) A record that identifies a motor vehicle, a toll device affixed to 
a motor vehicle, or both, entering or exiting a toll highway is proof, in 
the absence of evidence to the contrary, that the motor vehicle, toll 
device, or both, identified on the record entered or exited the toll 
highway on the date, at the time and at the location indicated on the 
record. 



(3) A copy of or an extract from a record that an officer or a director 
of the Ontario Transportation Capital Corporation certifies as being a 
true copy of or extract from the record is admissible in evidence in any 
proceeding to the same extent as, and has the same evidentiary value as, 
the original record without proof of the signature or the authority of the 
director or officer. 



3. (1) Subject to subsection (2), all vehicles are exempt from the 
application of section 191.2 of the Act. 



(2) Section 191.2 of the Act applies to all heavy vehicles except 
those that are emergency vehicles as defined in subsection 144 (1) of 
the Act, road building machines and motor vehicles registered to the 
Department of National Defence. 



(3) In this section, 



"heavy vehicle" means a vehicle that has a gross weight or a registered 
gross weight greater than 5,000 kilograms. 



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made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: April 24, 1997 
Filed: April 28, 1997 

Amending Reg. 615 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Signs) 

Note: Regulation 615 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 

1. Regulation 615 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section before the heading 
"GENERAL". 

43.1 (1) A sign on a control Icd-access highway requiring that a 
heavy vehicle be equipped with a valid toll device on a toll highway 
shall, 

(a) be not less than 240 centimetres in height and not less than 540 
centimetres in width; and 

(b) bear the markings and have the dimensions as illustrated in 
Figure 1. 

(2) In addition to the sign referred to in subsection (1), in an area 
designated by the French Language Services Act, a sign on a 
controlled-access highway requiring that a heavy vehicle be equipped 
with a valid toll device on a toll highway shall, 

(a) be not less than 240 centimetres in height and not less than 810 
centimetres in width; and 

(b) bear the markings and have the dimensions as illustrated in 
Figure 2. 

(3) A sign on a highway requiring that a heavy vehicle be equipped 
with a valid toll device on a toll highway shall, 

(a) be not less than 120 centimetres in height and not less than 240 
centimetres in width; and 

(b) bear the markings and have the dimensions as illustrated in 
Figure 3. 

(4) In addition to the sign referred to in subsection (3), in an area 
designated by the French Language Services Act, a sign on a highway 
requiring that a heavy vehicle be equipped with a valid toll device on 
a toll highway shall, 

(a) be not less than 1 80 centimetres in height and not less than 240 
centimetres in width; and 

(b) bear the markings and have the dimensions as illustrated in 
Figure 4. 

(5) In this section, 

"heavy vehicle" means a vehicle that has a gross weight or a registered 
gross weight greater than 5,000 kilograms. 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 149/97 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: April 24, 1997 
Filed: April 28, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 340/94 
(Drivers' Licences) 

Ontario Regulation 340/94 has not been amended in 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Paragraph 1 of subsection 5 (4) of Ontario Regulation 340/94 
is amended by adding "407" after "406" and "416" after "410" in 
the second line. 



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King's Highway known as No. 2 and a point at its intersection 
with the western boundary of the Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton Wentworth. 

8. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 5 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 403 at the Halton Region boundary and a point at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 6 in the 
Town of Flamborough. 

9. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 6 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 403 at the Town of Dundas boundary and a point at its inter- 
section with the King's Highway known as No. 401 in Welling- 
ton County. 

10. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 6 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the southern boundary of the 
Regional Municipality of Hamilton Wentworth and the roadway 
known as Alderlea Avenue in the Township of Glanbrook. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 150/97 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: April 24, 1997 
Filed: April 28, 1997 

Amending Reg. 603 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Over-Dimensional Farm Vehicles) 

Note: Regulation 603 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 603 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

1. No over-dimensional farm vehicle shall be driven or drawn on 
those parts of the King's Highway described in the Schedule. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 

1. All of the King's Highways known as No. 400, 401, 402, 403, 
404, 405, 407, 409, 410, 416, 417 and 427. 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 406 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as the Queen Elizabeth Way in the City of St Catharines 
and a point at its intersection with the roadway known as Holland 
Road in the Town of Thorold. 

3. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 420 in the City 
of Niagara Falls lying between a point at its intersection with the 
King's Highway known as the Queen Elizabeth Way and a point 
at its intersection with the roadway known as Stanley Avenue. 

4. All of the King's Highway known as the Queen Elizabeth Way. 

5. All of the King's Highway known as No. 2A in the City of 
Scarborough. 

6. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 2 in the Town of 
Ancaster lying between a point at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 403 and a point at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 2/53. 

7. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 2/53 in the Town 
of Ancaster lying between a point at its intersection with the 



11. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 in the City of 
Brampton lying between a point at its intersection with the 
King's Highway known as No. 7/410 (Heart Lake Road) and a 
point at its western intersection with the roadway known as 
Chinguacousy Road (Second Line Road West). 

12. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7/410 (Heart 
Lake Road) in the City of Brampton lying between a point at its 
northern intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 7 
(Bovaird Drive) and a point at its southern intersection with the 
King's Highway known as No. 7 (Queen Street East). 

13. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 7/410 (Heart Lake Road) in the City of Brampton and a point 
at its intersection with the King's Highway known as the 
Markham By-Pass in the Regional Municipality of York. 

1 4. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 28/115 in the City of Peterborough and a point at its 
intersection with the eastern boundary of the City of 
Peterborough. 

15. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 lying between 
a point ât its intersection with the western limit of the King's 
Highway known as No. 417 in the Township of West Carlton and 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 15 in the Township of Beckwith. 

16. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the roadway known as Victoria 
Street in the City of Kitchener and a point at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 8. 

17. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7/8 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the eastern limit of the roadway 
known as Waterloo Road No. 5 in the Township of Wilmot and 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 8 in the City of Kitchener. 

18. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7187 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 401 and a point at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 8 (King Street) in the City of Kitchener. 

19. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 8 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 7187 and a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 7/8 in the City of Kitchener. 



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20. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 1 1 in the City of 
Orillia lying between a point at its intersection with the roadway 
known as Memorial Avenue and a point at its intersection with 
the roadway known as Laclie Street. 

2 1 . That part of the King's Highway known as No. 9 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 11 in the Town of Newmarket and a point at its intersection 
with the King's Highway known as No. 10 in the Township of 
Mono. 

22. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 10 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the roadway known as 
Burnhamthorpe Road in the City of Mississauga and a point at 
its intersection the northern boundary of the City of Brampton 
(Mayfield Road). 

23. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 20 (Centennial 
Parkway) in the City of Stoney Creek lying between a point at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 53 (Rymals 
Road) and a point at its intersection with the roadway known as 
King Street. 



32. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 137 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 401 in the Township of the Front of Leeds and 
Lansdowne and a point at its intersection with the Border 
between Canada and The United States of America. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 151/97 

made under the 

OFF-ROAD VEHICLES ACT 

Made: April 24, 1997 
Filed: April 28, 1997 

Amending Reg. 863 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 863 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 



24. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the roadway known as Eglinton 
Avenue in the City of Etobicoke and a point at its intersection 
with the roadway known as Regional Road No. 49 (Nashville 
Road) in the City of Vaughan. 

25. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 28/115 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 7A/115 at the western boundary of the Township 
of North Monagan and a point at its intersection with The King's 
Highway known as No. 7 in the City of Peterborough. 

26. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 35/1 1 5 in Durham 
Region lying between a point at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 401 and a point at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 35 and the King's Highway 
known as No. 115. 

27. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 48 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 401 in the City of Scarborough and a point situated at its 
intersection with the roadway known as Elgin Mills Road in the 
Town of Markham. 

28. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 50 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 27 in the City of Etobicoke and a point at its intersection 
with the roadway known as Columbia Way East in the Town of 
Caledon. 

29. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 58 in the City of 
Thorold lying between a point at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 406 and a point at its intersection with 
the westerly limit of the roadway known as Niagara Regional 
Road No. 57 (Thorold Stone Road). 

30. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 86 lying between 
its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 7 
(Victoria Street) in the City of Kitchener and a point at its 
intersection with the roadway known as Waterloo Road No. 17 
in the Township of Woolwich. 

31. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 115 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 35/115 in Durham Region and a point at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 7A/115 in 
Cavan Township. 



1. Schedule 1 to Regulation 863 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 1 

1. All of the King's Highways known as No. 400, 401, 402, 403, 
404, 405, 407, 409, 410, 416, 417 and 427. 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 406 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as the Queen Elizabeth Way in the City of St Catharines 
and a point at its intersection with the roadway known as Holland 
Road in the Town of Thorold. 

3. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 420 in the City 
of Niagara Falls lying between a point at its intersection with the 
King's Highway known as the Queen Elizabeth Way and a point 
at its intersection with the roadway known as Stanley Avenue. 

4. All of the King's Highway known as the Queen Elizabeth Way. 

5. All of the King's Highway known as No. 2A in the City of 
Scarborough. 

6. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 2 in the Town of 
Ancaster lying between a point at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 403 and a point at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 2/53. 

7. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 2/53 in the Town 
of Ancaster lying between a point at its intersection with the 
King's Highway known as No. 2 and a point at its intersection 
with the western boundary of the Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton Wentworth. 

8. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 5 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 403 at the Halton Region boundary and a point at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 6 in the 
Town of Flamborough. 

9. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 6 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
403 at the Town of Dundas boundary and a point at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 401 in 
Wellington County. 

10. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 6 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the southern boundary of the 



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Regional Municipality of Hamilton Wentworth and the roadway 
known as Alderlea Avenue in the Township of Glanbrook. 

1 1 . That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 in the City of 
Brampton lying between a point at its intersection with the 
King's Highway known as No. 7/410 (Heart Lake Road) and a 
point at its western intersection with the roadway known as 
Chinguacousy Road (Second Line Road West). 

12. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7/410 (Heart 
Lake Road) in the City of Brampton lying between a point at its 
northern intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 7 
(Bovaird Drive) and a point at its southern intersection with the 
King's Highway known as No. 7 (Queen Street East). 

13. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 7/410 (Heart Lake Road) in the City of Brampton and a point 
at its intersection with the King's Highway known as the 
Markham By-Pass in the Regional Municipality of York. 

14. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 28/115 in the City of Peterborough and a point at its 
intersection with the eastern boundary of the City of 
Peterborough. 

15. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the western limit of the King's 
Highway known as No. 417 in the Township of West Carlton and 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 15 in the Township of Beckwith. 

16. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the roadway known as Victoria 
Street in the City of Kitchener and a point at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 8. 

1 7. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7/8 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the eastern limit of the roadway 
known as Waterloo Road No. 5 in the Township of Wilmot and 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 8 in the City of Kitchener. 

18. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 7187 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 401 and a point at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 8 (King Street) in the City of Kitchener. 

19. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 8 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 7187 and a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 7/8 in the City of Kitchener. 

20. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 1 1 in the City of 
Orillia lying between a point at its intersection with the roadway 
known as Memorial Avenue and a point at its intersection with 
the roadway known as Laclie Street. 

21 . That part of the King's Highway known as No. 9 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as 
No. 11 in the Town of Newmarket and a point at its intersection 
with the King's Highway known as No. 10 in the Township of 
Mono. 



Burnhamthorpe Road in the City of Mississauga and a point at 
its intersection the northern boundary of the City of Brampton 
(Mayfield Road). 

23. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 20 (Centennial 
Parkway) in the City of Stoney Creek lying between a point at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 53 (Rymals 
Road) and a point at its intersection with the roadway known as 
King Street. 

24. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 27 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the roadway known as Eglinton 
Avenue in the City of Etobicoke and a point at its intersection 
with the roadway known as Regional Road No. 49 (Nashville 
Road) in the City of Vaughan. 

25. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 28/115 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 7 A/1 15 at the western boundary of the Township 
of North Monagan and a point at its intersection with The King's 
Highway known as No. 7 in the City of Peterborough. 

26. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 35/1 15 in Durham 
Region lying between a point at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 401 and a point at its intersection with 
the King's Highway known as No. 35 and the King's Highway 
known as No. 115. 

27. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 48 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
401 in the City of Scarborough and a point situated at its 
intersection with the roadway known as Elgin Mills Road in the 
Town of Markham. 

28. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 50 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 
27 in the City of Etobicoke and a point at its intersection with the 
roadway known as Columbia Way East in the Town of Caledon. 

29. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 58 in the City of 
Thorold lying between a point at its intersection with the King's 
Highway known as No. 406 and a point at its intersection with 
the westerly limit of the roadway known as Niagara Regional 
Road No. 57 (Thorold Stone Road). 

30. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 86 lying between 
its intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 7 
(Victoria Street) in the City of Kitchener and a point at its 
intersection with the roadway known as Waterloo Road No. 17 
in the Township of Woolwich. 

31. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 115 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 35/115 in Durham Region and a point at its 
intersection with the King's Highway known as No. 7A/115 in 
Cavan Township. 

32. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 137 lying 
between a point at its intersection with the King's Highway 
known as No. 401 in the Township of the Front of Leeds and 
Lansdown and a point at its intersection with the Border between 
Canada and The United States of America. 



22. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 10 lying between 
a point at its intersection with the roadway known as 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 152/97 

made under the 

OPTOMETRY ACT, 1991 

Made: February 14, 1997 

Approved: April 24, 1997 

Filed: April 29, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 119/94 
(General) 

Ontario Regulation 1 19/94 has not been amended in 1997. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1996. 



1. Ontario Regulation 119/94 is amended by adding the following 
Part: 

part vm 

PRESCRIBED DISEASES 



Schedule 

The geographic Townships of Scadding, Davis, the west half of Janes, 
Street, Loughrin, Henry, that part of Dryden not within the Regional 
Municipality of Sudbury, Awrey, the east half of Dill, Cleland, Hawley, 
Secord, Burwash, Hendrie, Laura, Servos, Hoskin, Cherriman, Haddo, 
Waldie, Cox, Delamere, Allen and Bigwood, in the Territorial District 
of Sudbury. 



B. Singh 

Assistant Deputy Minister (Acting) 

Municipal Operations Division 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on May 1, 1997. 

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21. For the purposes of clause 3 (c) of the Optometry Act, 1991, the 
following are prescribed diseases: 

1. In relation to diagnosis and prevention, diseases of the eye and 
vision system that can be determined by the findings from an 
oculo-visual assessment. 

2. In relation to treatment, diseases of the eye and vision system 
that can be treated by other than the prescribing of drugs or the 
application of surgery. 

22. For the purposes of paragraph 1 of Section 4 of the Optometry 
Act, 1991, a "prescribed disease" is any disease limited to and 
manifested in the eye and vision system that was determined by the 
findings from an oculo-visual assessment. 

Council of the College of Optometrists of Ontario: 



Paul Padfield 
President 



Irving Baker 
Registrar 

Dated at Toronto on February 14, 1997. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 153/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: May 1,1997 
Filed: May 1, 1997 

DEEMING ORDER (SUDBURY EAST 
PLANNING BOARD) 

1. (1) Ontario Regulation 834/81, as it read on the day before this 
Regulation comes into force, shall be deemed to be and to have always 
been a zoning by-law of the Sudbury East Planning Board in respect of 
the lands described in the Schedule. 

(2) The deemed by-law shall be referred to as By-law # 97-1 of the 
Sudbury East Planning Board. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 154/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: May 1, 1997 
Filed: May 1, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(District of Sudbury — Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 13/97, 60/97, 61/97, 62/97, 
63/97, 64/97, 65/97, 66/97, 70/97, 88/97, 89/97, 90/97, 91/97, 
92/97, 93/97 and 98/97. For prior amendments, see the Tables 
of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes 
of Ontario, 19%. 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 834/81 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

2. This order applies to, 

(a) all of the lands in the geographic Townships of Attlee, Aylmer, 
Bevin, Caen, Cartier, Cascaden, Curtin, Emo, Ermatinger, 
Foster, Foy, Goschen, Halifax, Hart, Harty, Hess, Hyman, Kelly, 
Mackelcan, Moncrieff, Munster, Parkin, Rathbun, Roosevelt, 
Sale, Stalin, Tofflemire, Totten, Truman, Ulster and Venturi; and 

(b) those parts of the geographic Townships of Eden, Tilton and Trill 
not within the Regional Municipality of Sudbury in the 
Territorial District of Sudbury. 

2. Section 4 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

4. (1) For the purposes of this Order, all the lands in the geographic 
Townships of Attlee, Aylmer, Bevin, Caen, Emo, Ermatinger, Foster, 
Foy, Goschen, Halifax, Hart, Harty, Hess, Hyman, Kelly, Mackelcan, 
Moncrieff, Munster, Parkin, Rathbun, Roosevelt, Sale, Stalin, 
Tofflemire, Totten, Truman, Ulster and Venturi and those parts of the 
geographic Townships of Eden, Tilton and Trill not within the Regional 
Municipality of Sudbury in the Territorial District of Sudbury and that 
part of the geographic Township of Cartier not shown on the map filed 
with the Provincial Planning Services Branch of the Ministry of 
Municipal Affairs and Housing at Toronto as Number 73 are designated 
as a Rural Zone. 

(2) All of the lands in the geographic Townships of Cascaden and 
Curtin and that part of the geographic Township of Cartier in the 
Territorial District of Sudbury shown on the map filed with the 



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Provincial Planning Services Branch of the Ministry of Municipal 
Affairs and Housing at Toronto as Number 73 are divided into the zones 
listed in the following Table as shown on maps filed with the Provincial 
Planning Services Branch of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and 
Housing at Toronto as Numbers 63, 66, 73 and 189. 

TABLE 



Name of Zone 


Symbol of Map 


Rural 


RU 


Hamlet Residential 


HR 


Seasonal Residential 


SR 


General Commercial 


CG 


Resort Commercial 


CR 


General Industrial 


M 


Institutional 


I 


Open Space 


OS 


Mobile Home Park Residential 


RMP 


Hazard 


H 



3. Clause 17 (ac) and sections 55, 56, 60, 60a, 60c, 60d, 60f, 60g, 
63, 64, 65 and 66 of the Regulation are revoked. 

4. Paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4, 7 and 8 of subsection 3 (2), sections 6, 7, 
8, 9, 11, 15, 18, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 
38, 39, 40, 41, 43, 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 
59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 75, 76, 78, 79, 80, 81, 
82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 93, 94, 95, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 
103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 119, 120, 121, 
122, 123, 124, 125, 127, 128, 130, 131, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 
139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 147, 148, 149, 150, 153, 154, 155, 156, 
157, 158, 159 and 161 of Schedule 1 to the Regulation are revoked. 

5. Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Schedule 2 to the Regulation are 
revoked. 

6. Section 1 of Schedule 3 to the Regulation is revoked. 

7. Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 of Schedule 4 to the Regulation are 
revoked. 

8. Section 2 of Schedule 5 to the Regulation is revoked. 

9. Section 1 of Schedule 6 to the Regulation is revoked. 



B. Singh 

Assistant Deputy Minister (Acting) 

Municipal Operations Division 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on May 1, 1997. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 155/97 

made under the 

ELEVATING DEVICES ACT 

Made: April 30, 1997 
Filed: May 2, 1997 

CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING OF 
ELEVATING DEVICE MECHANICS 

1. (1) A person who wishes to work as a mechanic under the Act is 
required to obtain a certificate designating the person as one or more of 
the following: 



1. An elevating device mechanic, class A (an "EDM-A certifi- 
cate"). 

2. An elevating device mechanic, class B (an "EDM-B certifi- 
cate"). 

3. An elevating device mechanic, class C (an "EDM-C certifi- 
cate"). 

4. An elevating device mechanic, class D (an "EDM-D certifi- 
cate"). 

5. An elevating device mechanic, class E (an "EDM-E certificate"). 

6. An elevating device mechanic, class F (an "EDM-F certificate"). 

(2) A person may apply to the Director to obtain a certificate under 
subsection (1) or to add one or more classes of certificate to his or her 
initial certificate. 

(3) An application for a certificate or an additional class of 
certificate must be accompanied by a $50 application fee. 

(4) An application must include documents, in a format acceptable 
to the Director, that attest to the fact that the applicant has the necessary 
practical skills and experience for the certificate being sought. 

2. (1) An application to renew a certificate must be made to the 
Director and must be accompanied by a $50 renewal fee. 

(2) An application for renewal must include a completed declara- 
tion of work experience, in a format acceptable to the Director, indicat- 
ing that the applicant worked within the scope of the certificate while 
it was in effect. 

(3) An application for renewal may be made before the applicant's 
certificate expires. 

(4) If a mechanic fails to renew his or her certificate before it 
expires, the mechanic must not work as a mechanic after the date of 
expiry of the certificate but may apply to the Director for a renewal. 

(5) If a mechanic applies for a renewal of a certificate under subsec- 
tion (4), the Director may renew it if, 

(a) the mechanic's application is made within 12 months of the 
expiry date shown on the certificate; 

(b) the applicant pays the fee referred to in subsection (1); and 

(c) the applicant complies with subsection (2). 

(6) If a mechanic applies for a renewal of a certificate under 
subsection (4) more than 12 months after the expiry date shown on the 
expired certificate, the application shall be treated as a new application 
for a certificate under section 1 , and the applicant must, 

(a) take a written examination conducted or approved by the 
Director with respect to the subject matter of the class of 
certificate applied for; and 

(b) include in the application a completed declaration of work 
experience in a format acceptable to the Director. 

3. (1) An applicant for a certificate must have successfully com- 
pleted a program approved by the Director that is delivered by a training 
organization approved by the Director for each class of certificate 
sought by the applicant. 

(2) An applicant must have successfully completed an examination 
or a series of examinations, conducted or approved by the Director, 



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demonstrating that the applicant possesses the necessary knowledge 
and competence for each class of certificate sought by the applicant. 

(3) If the applicant fails the examination or series of examinations 
on three successive attempts, the applicant must successfully complete 
the program described in subsection (1) after making the unsuccessful 
attempts and before taking the examination or series of examinations 
again, and subsection (5) does not apply. 

(4) If the applicant fails the examination or series of examinations 
for a class of certificate, he or she is not entitled to take the examination 
or series of examinations for the class of certificate until, 

(a) he or she makes a new application for the class of certificate; and 

(b) six months have passed since the applicant took the examination 
or series of examinations. 

(5) An applicant is not required to comply with subsections (1) and 
(2) if the Director is satisfied that the applicant possesses the necessary 
knowledge and competence with respect to each class of certificate 
sought by the applicant. 

Terms of Certificate 

4. A certificate is not transferable. 

5. (1) A certificate expires on the second anniversary of the 
holder's date of birth after it is issued. 

(2) If a class of certificate is added to a certificate after the certificate 
is issued, the expiry date of the initial certificate does not change. 

(3) A certificate that is renewed expires two years after the date on 
which the previous certificate expires. 

(4) The Director may, at any time, revoke any certificate or class of 
certificate held by a holder if the Director is of the opinion that the 
holder is not qualified to work competently within the scope of the cer- 
tificate or class of certificate because the holder no longer meets the 
qualifications for the certificate or class of certificate. 

(5) If the Director revokes a certificate under subsection (4), the 
holder whose certificate is revoked shall surrender it immediately on 
demand and shall not work as a mechanic within the scope of the 
certificate that has been revoked. 

(6) If the Director revokes a certificate or class of certificate under 
subsection (4), sections 23, 24 and 25 of the Act apply, with necessary 
modifications, to the mechanic as if the mechanic were a licence holder 
or a registrant with respect to whom the Director serves a notice of 
proposal under subsection 23 (1) of the Act. 

6. A person who holds a certificate shall notify the Director within 
six days after any change in his or her address. 

Scope of Certificate 

7. (1) A person who holds an EDM-A certificate may, without 
supervision, construct, install, alter, repair, service, maintain or test any 
class of elevating device referred to in section 2 of Regulation 316 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, except that of passenger 
ropeways, and the equipment and accessories essential to their 
operation if the person has documented experience on that class of 
device. 

(2) A holder of an EDM-A certificate who does not have docu- 
mented experience on a class of device shall not perform the functions 
referred to in subsection (1) without supervision by the holder of an 
EDM-A certificate who has such experience on the class of device. 



8. (1) A person who holds an EDM-B certificate may, without 
supervision, construct, install, alter, repair, maintain or test construc- 
tion hoists, as referred to in paragraph 9 of section 2 of Regulation 316 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, and the equipment and 
accessories essential to their operation if the person has documented 
experience on construction hoists. 

(2) A holder of an EDM-B certificate who does not have docu- 
mented experience on construction hoists shall not perform the func- 
tions referred to in subsection (1) without supervision by the holder of 
an EDM-B certificate who has such experience. 

9. (1) A person who holds an EDM-C certificate may, without 
supervision, repair, service and maintain the same classes of elevating 
device as the holder of an EDM-A certificate and the equipment and 
accessories essential to their operation if, 

(a) the person has documented experience on those classes of 
device; and 

(b) the elevating devices on which the person performs the 
functions are owned and operated by the person's employer. 

(2) A holder of an EDM-C certificate who does not have docu- 
mented experience on a class of device shall not perform the functions 
referred to in subsection (1) without supervision. 

10. A person who holds an EDM-D certificate may, without supervi- 
sion, renovate the interior of an elevating device cab and, in so doing, 
may carry out electrical work with respect to lighting in the cab but may 
not do anything with respect to control circuitry or carry out any other 
type of electrical work. 

11. A person who holds an EDM-E certificate may, without supervi- 
sion, construct, install, service and maintain elevating devices for the 
handicapped referred to in paragraph 6 of Regulation 316 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, with the exception of vertical 
platform lifts-Type C. 

12. A person who holds an EDM-F certificate may, without 
supervision, examine and test any class of elevating device, except that 
of passenger ropeways, but may not perform physical tests on an 
elevating device except under the supervision of a holder of an EDM-A 
certificate. 

Exemption 

13. Employees of an owner who is only registered as a contractor 
under the Act for the purpose of allowing those employees to perform 
rescue operations are exempt from this Regulation if the owner, 

(a) designates only those employees trained by a registered contrac- 
tor to safely perform rescue operations on devices owned and 
operated by the owner and located on the owner's premises; 

(b) develops written operating procedures for rescue operations in 
conjunction with the registered contractor; 

(c) maintains an up-to-date list of all employees trained in rescue 
operations to the standards established by the registered 
contractor, indicating the dates of initial and subsequent 
training; 

(d) provides the Director with the procedures and training lists 
referred to in clauses (b) and (c) on request. 

Transition 

14. (1) A person who was a mechanic immediately before the 
coming into force of this Regulation and who applies for a temporary 
initial certificate within six months of that date may continue to perform 



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the type of work he or she was authorized to perform under the Act 
immediately before that date. 

(2) A mechanic who applies for a temporary initial certificate shall 
be issued such a certificate if the mechanic indicates in the application 
the class of certificate applied for, as set out in section 1 , and includes 
with the application statements from the mechanic's employer or from 
a contractor certifying that the mechanic had, on the date this 
Regulation comes into force, a minimum of four years work experience 
in the type of work that is authorized under the class of certificate 
applied for. 

(3) A mechanic who holds a temporary initial certificate must com- 
plete a safety training workshop and submit proof of successful com- 
pletion of the workshop within 18 months of the date this Regulation 
comes into force, failing which the certificate expires automatically. 

(4) If k does not expire earlier for failure to meet the requirement set 
out in subsection (3) or because the mechanic has been issued a 
certificate under this Regulation, a temporary initial certificate expires 
three years after the date this Regulation comes into force and may not 
be renewed. 

(5) A mechanic who holds a temporary interim certificate under this 
section and who applies for a certificate referred to in section 1 shall 
be issued the certificate applied for if the requirements of this 
Regulation are met. 

15. This Regulation comes into force 60 days after it is filed. 



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(2) A person may apply to the Director to obtain a certificate under 
subsection (1) or to add one of more classes of certificate to his or her 
initial certificate. 

(3) An application for a certificate or an additional class of certifi- 
cate must be accompanied by a $50 application fee. 

(4) An application must include documents, in a format acceptable 
to the Director, that attest to the fact that the applicant has the necessary 
practical skills and experience for the certificate being sought. 

3. (1) An application to renew a certificate must be made to the 
Director and must be accompanied by a $50 renewal fee. 

(2) An application for renewal must include a completed declara- 
tion of work experience, in a format acceptable to the Director, indicat- 
ing that the applicant worked within the scope of the certificate while 
it was in effect. 

(3) An application for renewal may be made before the applicant's 
certificate expires. 

(4) If a mechanic fails to renew his or her certificate before it 
expires, the mechanic must not work as a mechanic after the date of 
expiry of the certificate but may apply to the Director for a renewal. 

(5) If a mechanic applies for a renewal of a certificate under subsec- 
tion (4), the Director may renew it if, 

(a) the mechanic's application is made within 12 months of the 
expiry date shown on the certificate; 

(b) the applicant pays the fee referred to in subsection (1); and 



(c) the applicant complies with subsection (2). 



ONTARIO REGULATION 156/97 

made under the 
GASOLINE HANDLING ACT 

Made: April 30, 1997 
Filed: May 2, 1997 

CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING 
OF MECHANICS 

1. In this Regulation, 

"mechanic" means a person who is a registered contractor under the 
Act, or an employee of a registered contractor, with respect to the 
performance of the functions of a petroleum equipment mechanic or 
a site operator under a certificate referred to in section 2. 

2. (1) A person who wishes to perform the functions of a mechanic 
is required to obtain a certificate designating the person as one or more 
of the following: 

1. A petroleum equipment mechanic 1 — service and maintenance 
(a "PM.l certificate"). 

2. A petroleum equipment mechanic 2 — underground installation 
(a "PM.2 certificate"). 

3. A petroleum equipment mechanic 3 — aboveground installation 
(a "PM.3 certificate"). 

4. A petroleum equipment mechanic — contractor helper (a "PMH 
certificate"). 

5. A site operator (an "SO certificate"). 



(6) If a mechanic applies for a renewal of a certificate under subsec- 
tion (4) more than 12 months after the expiry date shown on the expired 
certificate, the application shall be treated as a new application for a 
certificate under section 2, and the applicant must, 

(a) take a written examination conducted or approved by the Direc- 
tor with respect to the subject matter of the class of certificate 
applied for; and 

(b) include in the application a completed declaration of work 
experience in a format acceptable to the Director. 

4. (1) An applicant for a certificate must have successfully com- 
pleted a program approved by the Director that is delivered by a training 
organization approved by the Director for each class of certificate 
sought by the applicant. 

(2) An applicant must have successfully completed an examination 
or a series of examinations, conducted or approved by the Director, 
demonstrating that the applicant possesses the necessary knowledge 
and competence for each class of certificate sought by the applicant. 

(3) If the applicant fails the examination or series of examinations 
on three successive attempts, the applicant must successfully complete 
the program described in subsection (1) after making the unsuccessful 
attempts and before taking the examination or series of examinations 
again, and subsection (5) does not apply. 

(4) If the applicant fails the examination or series of examinations 
for a class of certificate, he or she is not entitled to take the examination 
or series of examinations for the class of certificate until, 

(a) he or she makes a new application for the class of certificate; and 



(b) six months have passed since the applicant took the examination 
or series of examinations. 



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(5) An applicant is not required to comply with subsections (1) and 
(2) if the Director is satisfied that the applicant possesses the necessary 
knowledge and competence with respect to each class of certificate 
sought by the applicant. 

Terms of Certificate 

5. A certificate is not transferable. 

6. (1) A certificate expires on the second anniversary of the 
holder's date of birth after it is issued. 

(2) If a class of certificate is added to a certificate after the certificate 
is issued, the expiry date of the initial certificate does not change. 

(3) A certificate that is renewed expires two years after the date on 
which the previous certificate expires. 

(4) The Director may, at any time, revoke any certificate or class of 
certificate held by a holder if the Director is of the opinion that the 
holder is not qualified to work competently within the scope of the 
certificate or class of certificate because the holder no longer meets the 
qualifications for the certificate or class of certificate. 

(5) If the Director revokes a certificate under subsection (4), the 
holder whose certificate is revoked shall surrender it immediately on 
demand and shall not work as a mechanic within the scope of the 
certificate that has been revoked. 

(6) If the Director revokes a certificate or class of certificate under 
subsection (4), sections 10, 11 and 12 of the Act apply, with necessary 
modifications, to the mechanic as if the mechanic were a licence holder 
or a registrant with respect to whom the Director serves a notice of 
proposal under subsection 10 (1) of the Act. 

7. A person who holds a certificate shall notify the Director within 
six days after any change in his or her address. 






Scope of Certificate 



8. (1) A person who holds a PM.l certificate may, without supervi- 
sion, service and maintain petroleum equipment and systems, and ac- 
cessories essential to their operation and, in so doing, may, 

(a) install and remove suction pumps and related systems in 
accordance with manufacturer specifications and the Gasoline 
Handling Code, and test equipment operation; 

(b) repair and maintain suction pumps and related systems, 
including troubleshooting, testing, repairing and replacing 
mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and electronic components; 
and 

(c) repair and maintain submersible pumps, dispensers and related 
systems, including troubleshooting, testing, repairing and 
replacing mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and electronic 
safeties. 

(2) The holder of a PM. 1 certificate may assist holders of PM.2 and 
PM.3 certificates to perform the functions that they may perform if 
directly supervised by them. 



(b) remove underground tanks, including the preparation and resto- 
ration of the site, draining and disconnecting the tank system and 
purging tanks; 

(c) install petroleum transfer systems, including the preparation of 
lines and equipment, component assembly, spill containment 
and vapour recovery; 

(d) repair and maintain systems for detecting leaks and monitoring 
tanks; and 

(e) install and remove submersible pumps, dispensers and related 
systems. 

(2) The holder of a PM.2 certificate may, without supervision, 
install aboveground tanks, including the preparation and restoration of 
sites, component assembly, spill containment, electrical hook-up and 
pressure testing. 

(3) The holder of a PM.2 certificate may assist holders of PM. 1 and 
PM.3 certificates to perform the functions that they may perform if 
directly supervised by them. 

10. (1) A person who holds a PM.3 certificate may, without super- 
vision, install, remove, alter, repair, test, service and maintain any type 
of aboveground installation and the equipment and accessories essen- 
tial to its operation and, in so doing, may, 

(a) install aboveground tanks, including preparation and restora- 
tion of the site, component assembly, spill containment, electri- 
cal hook-up and pressure testing; 

(b) remove aboveground tanks, including the preparation and 
restoration of the site, draining and disconnecting the tank 
system and purging tanks; 

(c) repair and maintain systems for detecting leaks and monitoring 
tanks; 

(d) install, remove, repair and maintain bulk handling equipment, 
including troubleshooting and testing mechanical, hydraulic, 
electric and electronic systems and safeties. 

(2) The holder of a PM.3 certificate may assist holders of PM. 1 and 
PM.2 certificates to perform the functions that they may perform if 
directly supervised by them. 

11. ( 1 ) A person who holds a PMH certificate may, without supervi- 
sion, maintain pumps, including replacing nozzles, spouts, hoses, 
breakaways, filters and belts and may assess, contain and clean up spills 
and leaks. 

(2) The holder of a PMH certificate may assist the holder of a PM. 1 , 
PM.2 or PM.3 certificate to perform any of the functions he or she may 
perform if directly supervised by the holder of that certificate. 

12. A person who holds an SO certificate may, without supervision, 
maintain pumps including replacing nozzles, spouts, hoses, break- 
aways, filters and belts and may assess, contain and clean up spills and 
leaks. 

Transition 



9. (1) A person who holds a PM.2 certificate may, without supervi- 
sion, install, remove, alter, repair, test, service and maintain any type of 
underground installation and the equipment and accessories essential to 
its operation and, in so doing, may, 

(a) install underground tanks, including the preparation and restora- 
tion of the site, the installation of temporary vents and fill pipes 
and pressure testing; 



13. (1) A person who performed the functions of a mechanic 
immediately before the date this Regulation comes into force and who 
applies for a temporary initial certificate within six months of that date 
may continue to perform the functions he or she was authorized to 
perform under the Act immediately before that date. 

(2) A mechanic who applies for a temporary initial certificate shall 
be issued such a certificate if the mechanic indicates in the application 



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the class of certificate applied for, as set out in section 2, and includes 
with the application an affidavit from the mechanic's employer or a 
registered contractor certifying that the mechanic had, on the date this 
Regulation comes into force, a minimum of two years experience 
performing the functions that are authorized under the class of 
certificate applied for. 

(3) A temporary initial certificate expires on the earlier of the day 
that is two years after the date this Regulation comes into force or the 
date on which the mechanic is issued a certificate referred to in 
section 2. 

(4) A mechanic who holds a temporary initial certificate under this 
section and who applies for a certificate referred to in section 2 shall 
be issued the certificate applied for if the requirements of this 
Regulation are met. 

14. This Regulation comes into force 60 days after it is filed. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 157/97 

made under the 

ENERGY ACT 

Made: April 30, 1997 
Filed: May 2, 1997 

OIL AND GAS PIPELINE SYSTEMS 



1. In this Regulation, 

"engineering services" means services performed by a person for the 
purposes of the Act and includes services for reviewing plans or 
drawings, services relating to requests for variances or deviations, 
services for monitoring field development projects and services 
relating to site remediation and general consultations; 

"gas" means any gas or mixture of gases suitable for domestic or 
industrial fuel that is conveyed to the user through a pipeline; 

"licence" means a licence referred to in section 12 of the Act; 

"oil" means crude oil, liquid petroleum products, natural gasoline, 
natural gas liquids, liquefied petroleum gas and any condensate 
resulting from the production, processing or refining of 
hydrocarbons; 

"operating company" includes an individual, partnership, corporation, 
public agency or other entity operating a gas or oil pipeline system; 

"professional engineer" means a professional engineer within 
the meaning of the Professional Engineers Act. 

2. (1) The publication entitled the Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems 
Code, 1997, as amended from time to time, issued by the Fuels Safety 
Program, Technical Standards Division of the Ministry of Consumer 
and Commercial Relations and the standards and laboratory test reports 
referred to in it to the extent that they apply to the Code, are adopted as 
part of this Regulation. 

(2) Every person engaged in the design, construction, erection, 
alteration, installation, testing, operation, maintenance, repair or 
removal of a pipeline for the transmission of oil or gas or the 
distribution of gas shall comply with the standards, procedures and 
requirements of the Code. 



(3) If a provision of this Regulation conflicts with a provision of the 
Code, the provision of this Regulation prevails. 

3. (1) An operating company that intends to use an oil pipeline shall 
obtain certification from a professional engineer that the design, 
construction, installation, replacement, extension, reclassification or 
testing of the pipeline has been carried out in accordance with the Act 
and this Regulation. 

(2) An operating company shall obtain certification from a profes- 
sional engineer that a gas pipeline having a diameter in excess of 219. 1 
millimetres or intended to operate at a pressure in excess of 860 kPa has 
been designed, constructed, installed, replaced, extended or reclassi- 
fied in accordance with the Act and this Regulation. 

(3) An operating company that has a gas pipeline installed or tested 
shall obtain certification from a person who holds a certificate as a gas 
pipeline inspector under section 1 4 of the Act or a professional engineer 
that the installation or testing has been carried out in accordance with 
the Act and this Regulation. 

(4) An operating company that has a pipeline upgraded shall, prior 
to activating it, obtain certification from a professional engineer that the 
pipeline has been upgraded in accordance with the Act and this 
Regulation. 

(5) An operating company shall file the certification referred to in 
subsection (4) with the Director where the upgrading results in an 
operating stress level greater than 30 per cent of the specified minimum 
yield strength of the pipeline. 

(6) The operating company shall retain the certifications obtained 
under subsections (1) to (5) at its head office in Ontario for the life of 
the pipeline. 

4. Where the Director has reason to believe that an unsafe condition 
exists in a pipeline, an operating company shall uncover any part of the 
pipeline at the written request of the Director. 

5. (1) An application for the following licences or their renewal 
shall be made to the Director and shall be accompanied by the 
non-refundable fee prescribed in the Schedule: 

1 . A licence to transmit gas. 

2. A licence to distribute gas. 

3. A licence to transmit oil. 

(2) An operating company whose oil transmission pipeline system 
is less than 20 kilometres in length need not have a licence. 

(3) A licence or a renewal of a licence expires 12 months after it is 
issued, and shall state the date on which it is issued and the date on 
which it expires. 

(4) An inspector may inspect the pipelines for the transmission of oil 
or gas and for the distribution of gas of an applicant for or the holder of 
a licence referred to in subsection (1), the installations and repairs 
performed by or on behalf of the applicant or holder and the 
workmanship relating to those installations and repairs to determine 
whether they comply with the Act and this Regulation. 

(5) No licence shall be issued or renewed until the applicant for or 
holder of the licence has paid the prescribed fee for an inspection under 
subsection (4). 

6. (1) The Director shall issue a duplicate licence on receiving an 
application therefor and payment of the non-refundable fee prescribed 
in the Schedule for a duplicate. 



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(2) A holder of a licence whose name has changed shall apply to the 
Director for a licence bearing the new name and pay the non-refundable 
fee prescribed in the Schedule. 

(3) The Director shall issue a licence bearing the new name on 
receiving the application and fee referred to in subsection (2). 

(4) The holder of a licence whose address has changed shall notify 
the Director of the new address within six days of the change. 

7. A professional engineer is exempt from section 14 and subsection 
17 (2) of the Act. 

8. (1) The fees set out in the Schedule are payable for the items that 
are specified. 

(2) If the Director or an inspector causes inspection or engineering 
services to be provided to a person for the purpose of carrying out 
powers or duties under the Act and this Regulation, the person shall pay 
the fees set out in the Schedule for those services. 

(3) The fees for inspection or engineering services shall include, 
where applicable, the travel time and reasonable travel and living 
expenses incurred by the inspector or the person providing the 
engineering services. 

(4) A fee set out in the Schedule that is expressed as an amount per 
hour is payable on the basis of each quarter hour or part of a quarter hour 
that the person charging the fee spends, subject to the minimum set out 
in the Schedule. 

9. Regulations 330 and 332 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 and Ontario Regulations 680/91, 682/91, 540/92, 
544/92, 545/92, 73/93, 448/93, 450/93, 443/96 and 545/96 are 
revoked. 

10. This Regulation comes into force 60 days after it is filed. 

Schedule 



Item 
No. 


Description 


Fees 

$ 


1. 


Application for a licence to transmit gas in 
pipelines for which no licence has previously 
been issued, or a renewal thereof, if the amount 
of gas to be transmitted in the twelve-month 
period following the issuance of the licence is, 

(a) not more than 14,000,000 cubic metres 

(b) more than 14,000,000 cubic metres . . . 


5,000 
25,000 


2. 


Application for a licence to distribute gas in 
pipelines for which no licence has previously 
been issued, or a renewal thereof, if the amount 
of gas to be distributed in the twelve-month 
period following the issuance of the licence is, 

(a) not more than 14,000 cubic metres .... 

(b) more than 14,000 cubic metres, but not 
more than 280,000 cubic metres 

(c) more than 280,000 cubic metres, but not 
more than 2,280,000 cubic metres .... 

(d) more than 2,280,000 cubic metres, but 
not more than 1,000,000,000 cubic 

(e) more than 1,000,000,000 cubic metres . 


nil 

50 

500 

5,000 
75,000 



3. 


Application for a licence to transmit oil in 
pipelines for which no licence has previously 
been issued or a renewal thereof 


25,000 




4. 


Issuance of a duplicate licence 


15 




5. 


Issuance of a licence containing a new name . 


15 


6. 




120 

per hour 

for each 

inspector 

providing 

the 

services, 

minimum 

of one 

hour 


7. 


Engineering Services 


120 

per hour 

for each 

person 

providing 

the 

services, 

minimum 

of one 

hour 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 158/97 

made under the 

ENERGY ACT 

Made: April 30, 1997 
Filed: May 2, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 348/96 
(Certificates) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 348/96 has not previously been amended. 

1. Paragraphs 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 of subsection 1 (1) of Ontario 
Regulation 348/96 are revoked and the following substituted: 

10. A gas pipeline inspector (a "GPI" certificate). 

11. A refuelling station installer-natural gas vehicle (a "RSI-NG" 
certificate). 

2. Section 3 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following 
subsections: 

(0.1) Subsections (1) to (5) apply with respect to all of the certifi- 
cates referred to in subsection 1(1), except the RSI-NG certificate with 
respect to which subsections (6) and (7) apply. 



(6) An applicant for a RSI-NG certificate must have successfully 
completed training in the installation, maintenance and repair of 
refuelling stations provided by a natural gas utility or a refuelling 
station manufacturer approved by the Director. 

(7) The applicant for a certificate under subsection (6) must submit 
to the Director documentary evidence of the completed training 
satisfactory to the Director. 

3. Paragraphs 1 and 2 of section 9 of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 



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1 . The applicant must hold an OBT-2 or an IMT certificate when he 
or she applies. 



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Director evidencing that the person has taken training approved by the 
Director: 



2. The applicant must have worked for at least 4,000 hours either 
as an oil burner technician 2 or as an industrial maintenance gas 
technician. The applicant must have worked at least 500 hours 
on oil-fired systems with an input greater than 7 U.S. gallons per 
hour, under the supervision of a person with an OBT-1 
certificate. 

4. Paragraph 3 of subsection 14 (2) of the Regulation is amended 
by adding the following at the end: 

However, the person shall not perform any work beyond the gas-side 
unless he or she holds a certificate of qualification as a plumber or 
steamfitter issued under the Trades Qualification and Apprenticeship 
Act. 

5. Paragraph 1 of subsection 15 (2) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "other than the inspection function referred to in 
paragraphs 1 and 2 of that subsection" at the end. 

6. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

17.1 (1) A person who holds a GPI certificate may, on behalf of an 
operating company, inspect and certify natural gas pipeline 
installations, tests and replacements in accordance with Ontario 
Regulation 157/97 (Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems) and the Canadian 
Standards Association standard entitled "Gas Pipeline Systems 
CAN/CSA Z184-M92" as amended from time to time. 

(2) In subsection (1), 

"operating company" includes an individual, partnership, corporation, 
public entity or other entity operating a gas or oil pipeline system. 

17.2 A person who holds a RSI-NG certificate may install, alter, 
service, maintain and repair natural gas vehicle refuelling stations. 

7. Subsection 22 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) A person who holds a DA certificate may install, alter, purge, 
activate, repair, service or remove, 

(a) any appliance, including a vented refrigerator, with an input of 
100,000 Btuh or less and its equipment; and 

(b) any unvented residential natural gas or propane gas appliance 
with an input of 100,000 Btuh or less, other than a construction 
heater, and its equipment. 

8. Section 23 of the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
part before paragraph 1 and substituting the following: 

23. A person may perform the following functions if the person 
holds a certificate as a propane plant operator (PPO-1 certificate) or a 
record of training issued by a training organization approved by the 
Director evidencing that the person has taken training approved by the 
Director: 



10. Sections 25 and 26 of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

25. A person may fill containers and operate propane transfer 
equipment in a filling plant or container refill centre if the person holds 
a certificate as a propane plant operator (PPO-3 certificate) or a record 
of training issued by a training organization approved by the Director 
evidencing that the person has taken training approved by the Director. 

26. (1) A person may examine containers if the person holds a 
certificate as a propane cylinder inspector (PCI-1 certificate) or a record 
of training issued by a training organization approved by the Director 
evidencing that the person has taken training approved by the Director. 

(2) In examining containers under subsection (1), the person shall 
follow the procedures described in the pamphlet "Standards for Visual 
Inspection of Steel Compressed Gas Cylinders", 6th edition, dated 
1984, published by the Compressed Gas Association, Incorporated. 

11. Section 27 of the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
part before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

27. A person may perform the following functions if the person 
holds a certificate as a propane truck operator (PTO-1 certificate) or a 
record of training issued by a training organization approved by the 
Director evidencing that the person has taken training approved by the 
Director: 



9. Section 24 of the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
part before paragraph 1 and substituting the following: 

24. A person may perform the following functions if the person 
holds a certificate as a propane plant operator (PPO-2 certificate) or a 
record of training issued by a training organization approved by the 



12. (1) Paragraph 3 of subsection 29 (2) of the Regulation is 
amended by adding the following at the end: 

However, the person shall not perform any work beyond the oil-side 
unless he or she holds a certificate of qualification as a plumber or 
steamfitter under the Trades Qualification and Apprenticeship Act. 

(2) Subsection 29 (2) of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following paragraph: 

3.1 Install, service, remove or replace components and accessories 
forming part of the fire-side of a refrigeration or air-conditioning 
unit. However, the person shall not perform any work beyond the 
fire-side unless he or she holds a certificate of qualification as a 
refrigeration and air-conditioning mechanic under the Trades 
Qualification and Apprenticeship Act. 

13. (1) Paragraphs 5 and 6 of subsection 32(1) of the Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted: 

5. Transferring propane from one container to another at his or her 
employer's place of business for use by the employer or by the 
person if the person has been trained to the standard established 
by the authority appointed by the Ministry and the propane 
industry. The person and the person's employer, if any, must 
have a record of training to that effect. 

6. Activating a propane construction heater with an input of 
400,000 Btuh or less, or any hand-held propane-fuelled torch, 
and connecting it to or disconnecting it from piping, tubing or a 
container if the person has been trained to the standard 
established by the authority appointed by the Ministry and the 
propane industry. The person and the person's employer, if any, 
must have a record of training to that effect. 

6.1 Servicing a propane construction heater with an input of less 
than 400,000 Btuh, or any hand-held propane-fuelled torch, or 



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931 



an oil-fired construction heater with a firing rate no higher than 
1.1 U.S. gallons per hour if the person has been trained to the 
standard established by the authority appointed by the Ministry 
and the propane industry or the fuel oil industry, as the case may 
be. The person and the person's employer, if any, must have a 
record of training to that effect. 

(2) Subsection 32 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following paragraphs: 

9. Transferring propane to and from tank cars, cargo liners, tank 
trucks, filling plants and container refill centres, and filling 
containers and operating propane transfer equipment in a filling 
plant or container refill centre if the person has been trained to 
the standard established by the authority appointed by the 
Ministry and the propane industry. The person and the person's 
employer, if any, must have a record of training to that effect. 

10. Examining containers in accordance with section 26 if the 
person has been trained to the standard established by the 
authority appointed by the Ministry and the propane industry. 
The person and the person's employer, if any, must have a record 
of training to that effect. 

11. Operating a tank truck or a vehicle that tows a cargo liner, 
operating propane handling equipment to transfer propane to 
and from tank trucks, cargo liners, filling plants and container 
refill centres and filling containers on the premises of end-users 
if the person has been trained to the standard established by the 



authority appointed by the Ministry and the propane industry. 
The person and the person's employer, if any, must have a record 
of training to that effect. 

14. Subsection 33 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out at the end "However, they do not apply with respect to a PPO-1, 
PPO-2, PPO-3, PCM, PTO-1 or OPI certificate." 

15. Section 34 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsections: 

(20.1) A person who holds a certificate as a propane plant operator 
(PPO- 1 , PPO-2 or PPO-3 certificate), a certificate as a propane cylinder 
inspector (PCI- 1 certificate) or a certificate as a propane truck operator 
(PTO-1 certificate) on the day this Regulation comes into force may 
continue to perform the functions he or she was authorized to perform 
under the relevant certificate before that date until the certificate 
expires. 

(20.2) On the expiry of a certificate referred to in subsection (20. 1 ), 
the person shall not perform the functions authorized under the 
certificate unless the person has been issued a record of training issued 
by a training organization approved by the Director evidencing that the 
person has taken training approved by the Director. 

16. This Regulation comes into force 60 days after it is filed. 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1997—05—24 



ONTARIO REGULATION 159/97 

made under the 

SAFETY AND CONSUMER STATUTES 

ADMINISTRATION ACT, 1996 

Made: April 16, 1997 
Filed: May 5, 1997 

ADMINISTRATION OF VARIOUS ACTS 



Designated Legislation 



Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 

5. For the purposes of subsection 48 (1) of the Real Estate and 
Business Brokers Act, any notice or order required to be given or served 
under that Act or the regulations made under it is sufficiently given or 
served if delivered personally or sent by registered mail addressed to 
the person to whom delivery or service is required to be made at the 
latest address for service appearing on the records of the Real Estate 
Council of Ontario. 

6. Ontario Regulation 3/97 is revoked. 



1. The following are designated as designated legislation for the 
purposes of subsection 3 (1) of the Act: 



1. All provisions of the Motor Vehicle Dealers Act except for 
section 24. 



2. All provisions of the regulations made under the Motor Vehicle 
Dealers Act. 



3. All provisions of the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 
except for section 52. 



4. All provisions of the regulations made under the Real Estate and 
Business Brokers Act. 



Designated Administrative Authorities 

2. For the purposes of subsection 3 (2) of the Act, the Ontario Motor 
Vehicle Industry Council, that is incorporated under the laws of the 
Province of Ontario by letters patent dated October 8, 1996 and with 
which the Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations has entered 
into an administrative agreement dated January 6, 1997 for the pur- 
poses of section 4 of the Act, is designated as the sole administrative 
authority for the purpose of administering the legislation designated by 
paragraphs 1 and 2 of section 1 . 

3. For the purposes of subsection 3 (2) of the Act, the Real Estate 
Council of Ontario, that is incorporated under the laws of Canada by 
letters patent dated January 24, 1997 and with which the Minister of 
Consumer and Commercial Relations has entered into an administrative 
agreement dated March 1 , 1997 for the purposes of section 4 of the Act, 
is designated as the sole administrative authority for the purpose of 
administering the legislation designated by paragraphs 3 and 4 of 
section 1. 

Motor Vehicle Dealers Act 

4. For the purposes of subsection 20 (1) of the Motor Vehicle 
Dealers Act, any notice or order required to be given or served under 
that Act or the regulations made under it is sufficiently given or served 
if delivered personally or sent by registered mail addressed to the 
person to whom delivery or service is required to be made at the latest 
address for service appearing on the records of the Ontario Motor 
Vehicle Industry Council. 



21/97 

ONTARIO REGULATION 160/97 

made under the 

SAFETY AND CONSUMER STATUTES 

ADMINISTRATION ACT, 1996 

Made: April 16, 1997 
Filed: May 5, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 159/97 
(Administration of Various Acts) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 159/97 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 159/97 is amended by adding 
the following paragraphs: 

0.1 All provisions of the Amusement Devices Act except for 
section 19. 

0.2 All provisions of the regulations made under the Amusement 
Devices Act. 

0.3 All provisions of the Boilers and Pressure Vessels Act except for 
section 42. 

0.4 All provisions of the regulations made under the Boilers and 
Pressure Vessels Act. 

0.5 All provisions of the Elevating Devices Act except for section 
31. 

0.6 All provisions of the regulations made under the Elevating 
Devices Act. 

0.7 All provisions of the Energy Act except for sections 21 and 28. 

0.8 All provisions of the regulations made under the Energy Act. 

0.9 All provisions of the Gasoline Handling Act except for 
section 16. 

0.10 All provisions of the regulations made under the Gasoline 
Handling Act. 



2.1 All provisions of the Operating Engineers Act except for 
section 36. 



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2.2 All provisions of the regulations made under the Operating 
Engineers Act. 



5. All provisions of the Upholstered and Stuffed Articles Act except 
for section 29. 

6. All provisions of the regulations made under the Upholstered 
and Stuffed Articles Act. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section 
after the heading "Designated Administrative Authorities": 

1.1 For the purposes of subsection 3 (2) of the Act, the Technical 
Standards and Safety Authority, that is incorporated under the laws of 
the Province of Ontario by letters patent dated August 30, 1 996 and with 
which the Minister of Consumer and Commercial Relations has entered 
into an administrative agreement dated January 13, 1997 for the 
purposes of section 4 of the Act, is designated as the sole administrative 
authority for the purpose of administering the legislation designated by 
paragraphs 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5, 0.6, 0.7, 0.8, 0.9, 0.10, 2.1, 2.2, 5 and 
6 of section 1 . 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 161/97 

made under the 

REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS BROKERS ACT 

Made: April 16, 1997 
Filed: May 5, 1997 

Amending Reg. 986 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 986 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 

1. (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 986 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "the Minister" 
in the second line and substituting "the Real Estate Council of Onta- 



(2) Subsection 1 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"the Minister" in the third line and substituting "the Real Estate 
Council of Ontario". 

(3) Subsection 1 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"the Minister" in the second line and substituting "the Real Estate 
Council of Ontario". 

(4) Subsection 1 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"the Minister" in the third line and substituting "the Real Estate 
Council of Ontario". 

(5) Subsection 1 (5) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"the Minister" in the second and third lines and substituting "the 
Real Estate Council of Ontario". 

2. Subsections 2 (3), (4) and (5) of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(3) A bond required in an application for registration made on or 
after May 5, 1997 shall be in a form provided by the Real Estate Council 
of Ontario. 



(4) A bond required in an application for registration made before 
May 5, 1997 shall be in Form 1, 2 or 3, as the case may be. 

(5) References to Her Majesty in right of Ontario as the obligee 
named in bonds that have not been forfeited under section 6 
before May 5, 1997 shall be deemed to be references to the Real Estate 
Council of Ontario. 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

2.1 (1) The classes of negotiable security that may be accepted as 
collateral security for a bond required in an application for registration 
are, 

(a) bonds issued or guaranteed by Canada; or 

(b) bonds issued or guaranteed by any province of Canada. 

(2) The principal named in the bond required in an application for 
registration made on or after May 5, 1997 shall deposit the collateral 
security required in the application with the Real Estate Council of 
Ontario. 

(3) The Minister of Finance shall transfer to the Real Estate Council 
of Ontario all collateral security that the Minister held immediately 
before May 5, 1997. 

(4) The principal named in a bond required in an application for 
registration shall maintain all collateral security for the bond at a market 
value of not less than the face value of the bond. 

4. Section 5 of the Regulation is amended by striking out "the 
Treasurer of Ontario" in the second and third lines and substituting 
"the Real Estate Council of Ontario". 

5. (1) Section 6 of the Regulation is amended by striking out the 
portion after clause (d). 

(2) Section 6 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing subsections: 

(2) Upon the forfeiture of a bond under subsection (1), the amount 
of the bond becomes due and owing by the person bound by it as a debt 
due to, 

(a) the Crown in right of Ontario, if the forfeiture occurred before 
May 5, 1997; or 

(b) the Real Estate Council of Ontario, if the forfeiture occurred on 
or after May 5, 1997. 

(3) After deducting the amount of expenses that the Crown in right 
of Ontario has incurred before May 5, 1997 in connection with the 
forfeiture of a bond, the Crown hereby assigns to the Real Estate 
Council of Ontario, 

(a) the amounts, if any, that are due and owing to the Crown under 
clause (2) (a) with respect to the bond; and 

(b) the money that the Crown has recovered under the bond but has 
not paid over under section 9 or 10. 

6. Sections 7 and 8 of the Regulation are revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

7. (1) If a bond secured by the deposit of collateral security is 
forfeited under section 6 and the Minister of Finance has not sold the 
collateral security under this section as it read immediately before 
May 5, 1997, the Real Estate Council of Ontario may sell the collateral 
security at the current market price. 



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(2) If a bond secured by the deposit of collateral security is forfeited 
under section 6 and the Minister of Finance has sold the collateral 
security under this section as it read immediately before May 5, 1997 
but, under section 9, has not paid over the money realized from the sale, 
the Minister shall pay the money to the Real Estate Council of Ontario 
after deducting the amount of expenses that the Minister has incurred 
before May 5, 1997 in connection with the sale. 

8. If the Real Estate Council of Ontario becomes a creditor of a 
person in respect of a debt described in subsection 6 (2) or receives 
money from the Crown in right of Ontario under subsection 6 (3), the 
Registrar may take the proceedings that the Registrar sees fit under the 
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (Canada), the Corporations Act, the 
Courts of Justice Act or the Winding-up Act (Canada) for the 
appointment of an interim receiver, custodian, trustee, receiver or 
liquidator, as the case may be. 

7. (1) Subsection 9 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out the portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

(1) The Real Estate Council of Ontario may in its discretion, 



(2) Subsection 9 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(2) If the Real Estate Council of Ontario considers it advisable, the 
Council may, without an order, keep the whole or any part of the 
proceeds referred to in clause (1) (b) or (c) in trust for the persons who 
are or may become entitled to share in the proceeds of the bond under 
subsection (1). 



11. Section 22 of the Regulation is revoked. 

12. Section 26 of the Regulation is amended by striking out "the 
Minister" in the third line and substituting "the Real Estate Council 
of Ontario". 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 162/97 

made under the 

UPHOLSTERED AND STUFFED ARTICLES ACT 

Made: March 5, 1997 
Filed: May 5, 1997 

Amending Reg. 1092 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 1092 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 82/97. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Subsection 2 (3) of Regulation 1092 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(3) Every registration lapses on the anniversary of the date on which 
it was granted unless an application for a renewal of registration, 
together with the prescribed fee, is filed with the Director before that 
date. 



2. Form 9 of the Regulation is revoked. 



8. Section 10 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

10. (1) If a bond has been forfeited under section 6 and the Real 
Estate Council of Ontario has not received notice in writing of any claim 
against the proceeds of the bond or the part of the proceeds that remain 
in the Council's hands within two years of the forfeiture, the Council 
may, subject to subsection (2), pay the proceeds of the bond or the 
collateral security or the part remaining of the proceeds to any person 
who made payment under the bond or who deposited the collateral 
security. 

(2) Before making a payment under subsection (1), the Real Estate 
Council of Ontario shall deduct from the payment the amount of 
expenses that the Crown in right of Ontario or the Council have incurred 
in connection with investigations, if any, or otherwise relating to the 
broker, including any member of a partnership, in respect of whose 
conduct the bond was conditioned. 

9. Paragraphs 6 and 7 of section 11 of the Regulation are 
revoked. 

10. (1) Subsection 13 (1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "the Minister" in the third line and substituting "the 
Real Estate Council of Ontario". 

(2) Clause 13 (15) (a) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "the Minister" in the fourth line and substituting "the Real 
Estate Council of Ontario". 

(3) Clause 13 (15) (b) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "the Minister" in the third and fourth lines and substituting "the 
Real Estate Council of Ontario". 

(4) Subsection 13 (16) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "the Minister" in the second and third lines and substituting "the 
Real Estate Council of Ontario". 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 163/97 

made under the 

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

Made: May 1, 1997 
Filed: May 6, 1997 

Amending Reg. 826 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Designation of Area of Development Control) 

Regulation 826 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 



1. Regulation 826 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 

15. Despite section 2, paragraph 29 of the Schedule to Regulation 
683 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as it read on 
December 31, 1990, shall be deemed to read as follows: 

29. In the Town of Grimsby in The Regional Municipality of Niagara 
described as follows: 

Beginning at the intersection of the easterly boundary of the 
Town of Grimsby and the southerly limit of Lot M of the former 
Township of Grimsby; 

Thence westerly to and along the southerly limit of Lot M, Lot 
D and Concession IV to intersect with the easterly limit of Park 
Road; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of Park Road to 
intersect with the centre line of Concession III of the former 
Township of Grimsby; 



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Thence westerly along the centre line of Concession III to the 
point of intersection with the northwesterly limit of Regional 
Road number 79 (Ridge Road West); 

Thence westerly and southwesterly along the northwesterly 
limit of Regional Road 79 (Ridge Road West) to the westerly 
limit of the Town of Grimsby; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of the Town to the 
point of intersection with the southerly limit of Regional Road 
number 81 (Main Street West); 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of Regional Road 8 1 to 
the westerly limit of Lot 12 in Concession II of the former 
Township being a westerly boundary of the former Town of 
Grimsby in the former County of Lincoln; 

Thence southerly and easterly along westerly and southerly 
limits of that former Town boundary to intersect with the centre 
line of Concession II of the former Township of Grimsby; 

Thence easterly along the centre line of Concession II to the 
westerly limit of Lot 5; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lot 5 to intersect 
with the northwesterly angle of a Part 1 as shown on a Plan 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Divi- 
sion of Niagara North (No. 30) as Number 30R-5448; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Part 1 to intersect 
with the easterly limit of Lot 5, Concession II of the former 
Township of Grimsby; 

Thence easterly in a straight line to a point on the westerly limit 
of Lot 4, Concession II being 163.94 metres measured southerly 
from the southwesterly angle of Lot 26 of a Plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office of Niagara North (No. 30) as Number 432; 

Thence south 38° 54' east 43.65 metres to a point; 



Thence southerly along the easterly limit of the Town to the 
place of beginning. 



Chris Hodgson 
Minister of Natural Resources 



Dated at Toronto on May 1, 1997. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 164/97 

made under the 

FOREST FIRES PREVENTION ACT 

Made: May 7, 1997 
Filed: May 8, 1997 

RESTRICTED FIRE ZONE 

1. The part of the East Fire Region referred to in Schedule 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 207/%, as described in Schedule "A" hereto, is 
declared to be a restricted fire zone from 0001 hours on May 8 to 2400 
hours on October 31, both inclusive, in the year 1997. 

Schedule A 

In the geographic Townships of Leclaire, Abotossaway, Aguione 
Musquash, Corbière Cowie Bailloquet, Chabanel, Esquega Lendrum 
and McMurray, in the Territorial District of Algoma and Province of 
Ontario, containing 31490 hectares, more or less, being composed of 
those parts of the said townships designated as Part 1 on a plan of the 
Restricted Fire Zone for the Wawa Fume Kill Area and filed in the 
Office of the Surveyor General at the Ministry of Natural Resources in 
Toronto, on April 28, 1994. 



Ron Vrancart 

Deputy Minister 

Ministry of Natural Resources 

Dated at Toronto on May 7, 1997. 



Thence south 74° 32' east 56.35 metres to a point; 



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Thence easterly in a straight line to intersect with the north- 
westerly angle of Part 2 as shown on a Plan deposited in the Land 
Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of Niagara North 
(No. 30) as Number 30R-8351; 



Thence easterly following along the northerly limits of Part 2 
and Part 1 as shown on Plan 30R-8351 to the northeasterly angle 
of Part 1; 

Thence north 68° 29' 30" east 41 .4528 metres to a point; 



Thence south 84° 23 ' 30" east to intersect with the westerly limit 
of Lot 2 in Concession II of the former Township of Grimsby; 



ONTARIO REGULATION 165/97 

made under the 
POWER CORPORATION ACT 

Made: May 7, 1997 
Filed: May 8, 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 296/91 
(Elliot Lake Region Economic Development Program) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 296/91 has not previously been amended. 

1. Ontario Regulation 296/91 is amended by adding the following 
section: 



Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Lot 2 in Concession 
II of the former Township of Grimsby to the northwesterly angle 
of Lot 2; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Concession II and 
Lot B of the former Township of Grimsby to intersect with the 
with easterly boundary of the Town of Grimsby; 



4. The Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation may enter into 
an agreement with the Elliot Lake and North Shore Corporation for 
Business Development (ELNOS) to assign responsibility for carrying 
out the Elliot Lake Region Economic Development Program to ELNOS 
and to provide any remaining portion of the Ontario Hydro contribu- 
tions to ELNOS for this purpose. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 166/97 

made under the 

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES ACT 

Made: May 7, 1997 
Filed: May 8, 1997 

Revoking O. Reg. 240/95 
(Exemptions from Act — Six Nations of the Grand River) 

1. Ontario Regulation 240/95 is revoked. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 167/97 

made under the 

FAMILY RESPONSIBILITY AND SUPPORT 

ARREARS ENFORCEMENT ACT, 1996 

Made: May 7, 1997 
Filed: May 8, 1997 

GENERAL 

Termination of Support Obligation 

1. For the purposes of paragraph 1 of subsection 8 (3) of the Act 
(agreement re termination), the matters agreed upon by the recipient 
and payor must be set out in writing and the agreement must be signed 
by the recipient and payor. 

2. ( 1 ) For the purposes of subsection 8 (4) of the Act, notice that a 
support obligation under a support order or support deduction order is 
terminated must be in writing and must contain the following 
information: 

1 . The case number assigned to the support order by the Director's 
office. 

2. The payor's full name. 

3. The recipient's full name. 

4. The telephone number of the party submitting the notice. 

5. Information sufficient to identify the specific support obligation 
that is terminated including the date of the support order to 
which the support obligation relates. 



6. The reason for the termination. 

7. The date of the termination. 

(2) The notice must be given as soon as possible after the support 
obligation is terminated and may be given before the support obligation 
is terminated. 

3. (1) The Director shall notify the recipient when the Director 
receives notice from the payor that a support obligation is terminated 
and shall request that the recipient confirm the notice. 

(2) The Director is not required to request confirmation of the notice 
if the support obligation terminates on a calendar date specified in the 
support order. 

(3) A recipient who agrees with the notice shall give the Director 
confirmation in writing. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 167/97 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1996 SUR LES OBLIGATIONS FAMILIALES ET 

L'EXÉCUTION DES ARRIÉRÉS D'ALIMENTS 

pris le 7 mai 1997 
déposé le 8 mai 1997 

DISPOSITIONS GÉNÉRALES 

Fin de l'obligation alimentaire 

1. Pour l'application de la disposition 1 du paragraphe 8 (3) de la Loi 
(entente concernant la fin de l'obligation alimentaire), les questions 
dont ont convenu le bénéficiaire et le payeur sont énoncées par écrit et 
l'entente est signée par eux. 

2. (1) Pour l'application du paragraphe 8 (4) de la Loi, l'avis selon 
lequel une obligation alimentaire prévue dans une ordonnance 
alimentaire ou une ordonnance de retenue des aliments prend fin est 
donné par écrit et contient les renseignements suivants : 

1 . Le numéro de dossier attribué à l'ordonnance alimentaire par le 
bureau du directeur. 

2. Les nom et prénoms du payeur. 

3. Les nom et prénoms du bénéficiaire. 

4. Le numéro de téléphone de la partie qui donne l'avis. 

5. Des renseignements suffisamment détaillés pour permettre 
d'identifier l'obligation alimentaire qui prend fin, y compris la 
date de l'ordonnance alimentaire à laquelle est reliée l'obligation 
alimentaire. 

6. La raison pour laquelle l'obligation prend fin. 

7. La date de la fin de l'obligation. 

(2) L'avis est donné dès que possible après que l'obligation 
alimentaire prend fin et il peut être donné avant la fin de celle-ci. 

3. (1) Lorsqu'il reçoit du payeur un avis de la fin d'une obligation 
alimentaire, le directeur en avise le bénéficiaire et lui demande de le 
confirmer. 

(2) Le directeur n'est pas tenu de demander une confirmation à 
l'égard de l'avis si l'obligation alimentaire prend fin à une date précisée 
dans l'ordonnance alimentaire. 

(3) Le bénéficiaire qui accepte l'avis donne au directeur une 
confirmation de ce fait par écrit. 



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4. (1) Until the Director receives confirmation of the notice, the 
support recipient and support payor under the support order or support 
deduction order are considered not to agree that the support obligation 
is terminated as set out in the notice. 



(2) If the recipient confirms part, but not all, of the notice, the parties 
are considered to have agreed that the support obligation is terminated 
to the extent of the confirmation. 

5. (1) The Director shall notify the payor when the Director 
receives notice or confirmation from the recipient that a support 
obligation is terminated. 

(2) The Director is not required to notify the payor if the support 
obligation terminates on a calendar date specified in the support order. 

6. If a payor's or recipient's most recent address as it is shown in the 
records in the Director's office is outside Ontario, the Director may 
send the notice referred to in subsection 3 ( 1 ) or 5 ( 1 ) to an office or 
person in the other jurisdiction performing similar functions to those of 
the Director. 

Support Deduction Orders 

7. (1) A support deduction order shall be in Form 1. 



(2) A support deduction order information form shall be in Form 2. 



(3) The payor and the recipient shall complete Parts A and B of 
Form 2 before the support deduction order is made. 



(4) Despite subsection (3), if the payor has not responded to the 
motion, application or petition, the recipient alone shall complete Part- 
s A and B of Form 2. 

(5) The clerk or registrar of the court shall ensure that Parts A and 
B of Form 2 are completed before the support deduction order is made. 



(6) The clerk or registrar shall complete Part C of Form 2 after the 
support deduction order is made. 

8. For the purposes of subsections 1 1 (2) and (3) of the Act (informa- 
tion re payor, income source), the prescribed information is all the 
information in Part A of the Support Deduction Order Information 
Form. 

Income Sources 

9. The following information is prescribed for the purposes of 
subsection 25 (1) of the Act (duty to inform re payment interruption): 



1 . The case number assigned to the support deduction order by the 
Director's office. 

2. The payor's full name. 

3. The name and address of the income source. 

4. The name and telephone number of a contact person for the 
income source. 

5. A statement indicating whether the payments are terminated or 
interrupted and the date of the termination or interruption. 

6. The reason for the termination or interruption. 

7. If the payments are interrupted, the date on which the payments 
are expected to resume, if the income source knows the date. 



4. (1) Tant que le directeur ne reçoit pas une confirmation à l'égard 
de l'avis, le bénéficiaire des aliments et le payeur des aliments visés par 
l'ordonnance alimentaire ou l'ordonnance de retenue des aliments sont 
réputés ne pas convenir que l'obligation alimentaire prend fin comme 
le prévoit l'avis. 

(2) Si le bénéficiaire confirme une partie seulement de l'avis, les 
parties sont réputées convenir que l'obligation alimentaire prend fin 
dans la mesure de ce qui a été confirmé. 

5. (1) Lorsqu'il reçoit du bénéficiaire un avis ou une confirmation 
de la fin d'une obligation alimentaire, le directeur en avise le payeur. 

(2) Le directeur n'est pas tenu d'aviser le payeur si l'obligation 
alimentaire prend fin à une date précisée dans l'ordonnance alimentaire. 

6. Si la dernière adresse d'un payeur ou d'un bénéficiaire figurant 
dans les dossiers du bureau du directeur se trouve à l'extérieur de 
l'Ontario, le directeur peut envoyer l'avis visé au paragraphe 3 (1) ou 5 
(1) à un bureau ou à une personne de l'autre compétence exerçant des 
fonctions analogues aux siennes. 

Ordonnances de retenue des aliments 

7. (1) L'ordonnance de retenue des aliments est rédigée selon la 
formule 1. 

(2) La formule de renseignements relatifs à l'ordonnance de 
retenue des aliments est rédigée selon la formule 2. 

(3) Le payeur et le bénéficiaire remplissent les parties A et B de la 
formule 2 avant que ne soit rendue l'ordonnance de retenue des 
aliments. 

(4) Malgré le paragraphe (3), si le payeur n'a pas répondu à la 
motion, à la requête ou à la requête en divorce, le bénéficiaire remplit 
seul les parties A et B de la formule 2. 

(5) Le greffier du tribunal veille à ce que les parties A et B de la 
formule 2 soient remplies avant que ne soit rendue l'ordonnance de 
retenue des aliments. 

(6) Le greffier remplit la partie C de la formule 2 après le prononcé 
de l'ordonnance de retenue des aliments. 

8. Pour l'application des paragraphes 1 1 (2) et (3) de la Loi (rensei- 
gnements relatifs au payeur, à la source de revenu), les renseignements 
prescrits sont ceux demandés à la partie A de la formule de renseigne- 
ments relatifs à l'ordonnance de retenue des aliments. 

Sources de revenu 

9. Les renseignements suivants sont prescrits pour l'application du 
paragraphe 25 (1) de la Loi (obligation d'informer relativement à 
l'interruption des versements) : 

1. Le numéro de dossier attribué à l'ordonnance de retenue des 
aliments par le bureau du directeur. 

2. Les nom et prénoms du payeur. 

3. Les nom et adresse de la source de revenu. 

4. Les nom et numéro de téléphone d'une personne-contact de la 
source de revenu. 

5. Une déclaration indiquant si les versements prennent fin ou sont 
interrompus et la date de la fin ou de l'interruption des 
versements. 

6. La raison pour laquelle les versements prennent fin ou sont 
interrompus. 

7. Si les versements sont interrompus, la date prévue de leur reprise, 
si la source de revenu la connaît. 



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8. The name and address of any other income sources for the payor, 
if the income source knows of any. 

10. A notice under subsection 26 (1) of the Act that an individual, 
corporation or other entity is not an income source shall be in Form 5. 

Suspension Orders 

11. An order to suspend the operation of a support deduction order 
shall be in Form 3. 

12. (1) If a court requires a payor to post security under clause 
28 (3) (b) of the Act, the payor shall post the security with the Director 
by the earlier of, 

(a) the day on which the first support payment under the support 
order is due after the suspension order is made; or 



(b) 10 days after the suspension order is made. 

(2) The following forms of security are prescribed for the purposes 
of subsection 28 (6) of the Act: 

1 . A money order payable to the Director. 

2. A bank draft or certified cheque, payable to the Director and 
drawn on a bank listed in Schedule I or II to the Bank Act 
(Canada), the Province of Ontario Savings Office, a loan or trust 
corporation registered under the Loan and Trust Corporations 
Act ox & credit union as defined in section 1 of the Credit Unions 
and Caisses Populaires Act, 1994, 

3. A cheque payable to the Director and drawn on a lawyer's trust 
account. 

(3) The payor shall give the Director the following information and 
documents when posting the security: 

1. The payor's full name, address and telephone number. 

2. The recipient's full name and, if known by the payor, the 
recipient's address. 

3. A copy of the suspension order or the court endorsement on the 
record setting out the terms of the order. 

4. The date on which the suspension order was made. 

5. The case number assigned to the support deduction order by the 
Director's office, if known by the payor. 

13. (1) The Director shall use security that is realized under 
subsection 28 (13) of the Act to make payments to the recipient until 
regular payments in compliance with the support order are established 
to the satisfaction of the Director. 

(2) The Director shall pay to the payor as soon as is practical the 
amount of any security that remains when the regular payments are 
established to the satisfaction of the Director. The payment shall be 
made at the most recent address of the payor as shown on the records 
in the Director's office. 

Financial Statement and Proof of Income 

14. A financial statement under subsection 40 (1) or 41 (1) of the 
Act shall be in Form 4. 

15. The following types of proof of income are prescribed for the 
purposes of subsections 40 ( 1 ) and 41 ( 1 ) of the Act: 

1. Either, 

i. a copy of the payor's income tax returns that were filed with 
the Department of National Revenue for the past three 
taxation years, together with a copy of all material filed with 
the returns and a copy of any notices of assessment or 



8. Les nom et adresse des autres sources de revenu du payeur dont 
la source de revenu a connaissance. 

10. L'avis prévu au paragraphe 26 (1) de la Loi portant qu'une 
personne physique ou morale ou une autre entité n'est pas une source de 
revenu est rédigé selon la formule 5. 

Ordonnances de suspension 

11. L'ordonnance de suspension de l'application d'une ordonnance 
de retenue des aliments est rédigée selon la formule 3. 

12. (1) Si un tribunal exige qu'un payeur fournisse une sûreté aux 
termes de l'alinéa 28 (3) b) de la Loi, le payeur la fournit au directeur au 
plus tard à celle des dates suivantes qui est antérieure à l'autre : 

a) le jour où le premier versement d'aliments prévu dans l'ordon- 
nance alimentaire est exigible après que l'ordonnance de suspen- 
sion est rendue; 

b) 10 jours après que l'ordonnance de suspension est rendue. 

(2) Les formes de sûreté suivantes sont prescrites pour l'application 
du paragraphe 28 (6) de la Loi : 

1 . Un mandat payable au directeur. 

2. Une traite bancaire ou un chèque certifié, payable au directeur et 
tiré sur une banque mentionnée à l'annexe I ou II de la Loi sur les 
banques (Canada), sur la Caisse d'épargne de l'Ontario, sur une 
société de prêt ou de fiducie inscrite aux termes de la Loi sur les 
sociétés de prêt et de fiducie ou sur une caisse au sens de l'article 
1 de la Loi de 1994 sur les caisses populaires et les credit unions. 

3. Un chèque payable au directeur et tiré sur le compte de fiducie 
d'un avocat. 

(3) Le payeur donne au directeur les renseignements et documents 
suivants lorsqu'il fournit la sûreté : 

1 . Les nom, prénoms, adresse et numéro de téléphone du payeur. 

2. Les nom et prénoms du bénéficiaire ainsi que son adresse, si le 
payeur la connaît. 

3. Une copie de l'ordonnance de suspension ou de l'inscription du 
tribunal sur le dossier énonçant les conditions de l'ordonnance. 

4. La date à laquelle l'ordonnance de suspension a été rendue. 

5. Le numéro de dossier attribué à l'ordonnance de retenue des 
aliments par le bureau du directeur, si le payeur le connaît. 

13. (1) Le directeur utilise la sûreté qui est réalisée en vertu du 
paragraphe 28 ( 1 3) de la Loi pour faire des versements au bénéficiaire 
jusqu'à ce que des versements réguliers conformes à l'ordonnance 
alimentaire soient établis à la satisfaction du directeur. 

(2) Le directeur verse au payeur dès que possible dans les 
circonstances tout reliquat de la sûreté lorsque les versements réguliers 
sont établis à la satisfaction du directeur. Le versement est envoyé à la 
dernière adresse du payeur figurant dans les dossiers du bureau du 
directeur. 

État financier et preuves relatives au revenu 

14. L'état financier visé au paragraphe 40 ( 1 ) ou 4 1 ( 1 ) de la Loi est 
rédigé selon la formule 4. 

15. Les types suivants de preuves relatives au revenu sont prescrits 
pour l'application des paragraphes 40 (1) et 41 (1) de la Loi : 

1. Selon le cas : 

i. une copie des déclarations d'impôt sur le revenu du payeur 
déposées au ministère du Revenu national pour les trois 
dernières années d'imposition, accompagnée d'une copie de 
tous les documents déposés avec les déclarations et d'une 



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re-assessment received from the Department for those 
years, or 



copie des avis de cotisation ou de nouvelle cotisation reçus 
du ministère pour ces années, 



ii. a statement from the Department of National Revenue that 
the payor has not filed any income tax returns for the past 
three taxation years. 

2. Copies of pay cheques, pay stubs or other pay statements for the 
three consecutive pay periods immediately preceding the date of 
the financial statement. 

3. A copy of the financial statements for any business in which the 
payor has held an interest during the 12 months immediately 
preceding the date of the financial statement. 

4. Letters from the payor's sources of income verifying the payor's 
income for the three consecutive payments made to the payor 
immediately before the date of the financial statement. For the 
purposes of this paragraph, a source of income may be a person 
who is not an income source within the meaning of the Act. 



5. Such other documents as may be necessary to verify the 
information set out in the financial statement. 

Service and Delivery of Documents 

16. ( 1 ) Service on the Director of a document under the Act may be 
made by personal delivery, by ordinary mail or by telephone facsimile. 

(2) Anything required to be given to the Director in writing under 
the Act must be delivered by personal delivery, by ordinary mail or by 
telephone facsimile. 

(3) Service on the Director of a document under the Act shall be 
deemed to have been made five days after the date of service as 
determined in accordance with the Rules of Civil Procedure made under 
the Courts of Justice Act. 

17. (1) Service of a document by the Director under the Act may be 
made, 

(a) by personal service, by ordinary mail, by telephone facsimile or 
by another form of electronic transmission addressed to the 
person at the person's most recent address as shown in the 
records in the Director's office; 

(b) by service on the person's solicitor of record; or 

(c) by depositing a copy of the document at a document exchange 
in which the person or the solicitor is a member or subscriber. 

(2) Documents that must or may be given to a payor, recipient or 
income source by the Director under the Act must be delivered, 



(a) by personal delivery, by ordinary mail, by telephone facsimile or 
by another form of electronic transmission addressed to the 
payor, recipient or income source at the most recent address as 
shown in the records in the Director's office; 

(b) by delivery to the solicitor of record for the payor, recipient or 
income source; or 

(c) by depositing a copy of the document at a document exchange 
in which the payor, recipient, income source or solicitor is a 
member or subscriber. 

(3) Service by ordinary mail on a payor, recipient or income source 
shall be deemed to have been made five days after the date of service 
as determined under the Rules of Civil Procedure made under the 
Courts of Justice Act. 



(4) If there is a conflict between this section and the rules of court, 
the rules of court prevail. 



ii. une déclaration du ministère du Revenu national selon 
laquelle le payeur n'a pas déposé de déclaration d'impôt sur 
le revenu pour les trois dernières années d'imposition. 

2. Une copie des chèques de paie, des bulletins de paie ou autres 
états semblables pour les trois périodes de paie consécutives qui 
précèdent immédiatement la date de l'état financier. 

3. Une copie de l'état financier de toute entreprise dans laquelle le 
payeur a détenu un intérêt pendant la période de 12 mois qui 
précède immédiatement la date de l'état financier. 

4. Des lettres des sources de revenu du payeur attestant le revenu du 
payeur pour les trois versements consécutifs faits au payeur 
immédiatement avant la date de l'état financier. Pour 
l'application de la présente disposition, une source de revenu 
peut être une personne qui n'est pas une source de revenu au sens 
de la Loi. 

5. Les autres documents nécessaires pour vérifier les renseigne- 
ments figurant dans l'état financier. 

Signification et remise de documents 

16. (1) La signification d'un document au directeur aux termes de 
la Loi peut être faite à personne, par courrier ordinaire ou par télécopie. 

(2) Tout ce qui doit être donné par écrit au directeur aux termes de 
la Loi doit être remis à personne, par courrier ordinaire ou par télécopie. 



(3) La signification d'un document au directeur aux termes de la Loi 
est réputée avoir été faite cinq jours après la date de signification 
déterminée conformément aux Règles de procédure civile prises en 
application de la Loi sur les tribunaux judiciaires. 

17. (1) La signification d'un document par le directeur aux termes 
de la Loi peut être faite, selon le cas : 

a) à personne, par courrier ordinaire, par télécopie ou selon une 
autre forme de transmission électronique, à la dernière adresse 
du destinataire figurant dans les dossiers du bureau du directeur; 



b) au procureur du destinataire; 

c) en le déposant à un centre de documents dont le destinataire ou 
le procureur est un membre ou un abonné. 

(2) Les documents que le directeur doit ou peut donner à un payeur, 
à un bénéficiaire ou à une source de revenu aux termes de la Loi doivent 
être remis, selon le cas : 

a) à personne, par courrier ordinaire, par télécopie ou selon une 
autre forme de transmission électronique, à la dernière adresse 
du payeur, du bénéficiaire ou de la source de revenu figurant 
dans les dossiers du bureau du directeur; 

b) au procureur du payeur, du bénéficiaire ou de la source de 
revenu; 

c) en le déposant à un centre de documents dont le payeur, le 
bénéficiaire, la source de revenu ou le procureur est un membre 
ou un abonné. 

(3) La signification par courrier ordinaire à un payeur, à un 
bénéficiaire ou à une source de revenu est réputée avoir été faite cinq 
jours après la date de signification déterminée conformément aux 
Règles de procédure civile prises en application de la Loi sur les 
tribunaux judiciaires. 

(4) Les règles de pratique l'emportent sur toute disposition incom- 
patible du présent article. 



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18. (1) Service on the Crown of a notice of a support deduction 
order or a notice of garnishment must be made, 



(a) by personal service on the chief financial officer of the 
applicable administrative unit of the Crown or with an employee 
of the chief financial officer; or 

(b) by ordinary mail, by telephone facsimile or by another form of 
electronic transmission addressed to the chief financial officer 
at the head office of the applicable administrative unit of the 
Crown. 

(2) Notice of a support deduction order shall be deemed to have 
been served on the Crown on the day that is 30 days after the actual date 
of service. 

Application of Payments 

19. Money paid on account of a support order and support deduction 
order shall be credited in the following order: 



1 . To the principal of the most recent support accrual due and then 
to any interest owing on that principal. 

2. To the principal balance outstanding and then to any interest 
owing on that principal in the manner set out in paragraph 1 . 

Consumer Reporting Information 

20. The following information may be disclosed by the Director to 
a consumer reporting agency: 

1. Current address of payor as shown in the records in the 
Director's office. 

2. The payor's date of birth. 

3. The Family Responsibility Office case number. 

Repeal and Commencement 

21. (1) Ontario Regulations 765/91 and 475/93 are repealed. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), the forms to Ontario Regulation 
765/91 may continue to be used, where appropriate, instead of the 
forms to this Regulation until January 31, 1998. 

22. This Regulation comes into force on the day section 63 of the 
Family Responsibility and Support Arrears Enforcement Act, 1996 is 
proclaimed in force. 



18. (1) La signification à la Couronne d'un avis d'ordonnance de 
retenue des aliments ou d'un avis de saisie-arrêt doit être faite, selon le 
cas : 

a) à personne au directeur financier du service administratif 
compétent de la Couronne ou à un de ses employés; 

b) par courrier ordinaire, par télécopie ou selon une autre forme de 
transmission électronique au directeur financier, au bureau 
central du service administratif compétent de la Couronne. 



(2) Un avis d'ordonnance de retenue des aliments est réputé avoir été 
signifié à la Couronne 30 jours après la date effective de signification. 



Imputation des versements 

19. Les sommes versées au titre d'une ordonnance alimentaire et 
d'une ordonnance de retenue des aliments sont imputées dans l'ordre 
suivant : 

1. Au principal du dernier arriéré d'aliments et ensuite à tous 
intérêts exigibles sur ce principal. 

2. Au solde impayé du principal et ensuite à tous intérêts exigibles 
sur ce principal de la façon prévue à la disposition 1 . 

Communication de renseignements sur le consommateur 

20. Le directeur peut divulguer les renseignements suivants à une 
agence de renseignements sur le consommateur : 

1 . L'adresse actuelle du payeur figurant dans les dossiers du bureau 
du directeur. 

2. La date de naissance du payeur. 

3. Le numéro de dossier du Bureau des obligations familiales. 

Abrogation et entrée en vigueur 

21. (1) Les Règlements de l'Ontario 765/91 et 475/93 sont 
abrogés. 

(2) Malgré le paragraphe (1), l'utilisation, s'il y a lieu, des 
formules du Règlement de l'Ontario 765/91 à la place des formules 
du présent règlement est permise jusqu'au 31 janvier 1998. 

22. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour où l'article 63 
de la Loi de 1996 sur les obligations familiales et l'exécution des 
arriérés d'aliments est proclamée en vigueur. 



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SUPPORT DEDUCTION ORDER 

Name of Court ORDONNANCE DE RETENUE DES ALIMENTS 

Nom du tribunal Family Responsibility and Support Arrears Enforcement Act 

Loi sur les obligations familiales et l'exécution des arriérés d'aliments 
Location 



l_i eu FormJFormul» 1 



Court Mi no.W de dossier du tribunal 



Judge / Juge 



Date 



Between: / Entre : 



Applicant/Petitioner/Plaintiff 
Requérant/Demandeur 



and / ef 



Respondent/Defendant 
/nfv/TJé/Défendei/r 

SUPPORT DEDUCTION ORDER / ORDONNANCE DE RETENUE DES ALIMENTS 

Upon making an order this day which provides for payment of support and on making the necessary 
Après avoir rendu ce jour une ordonnance qui prévoit le versement d'aliments et après avoir (ait les 

inquiries required by sections 11 (2) and 11 (3) of the Family Responsi bilit y and Support Arrears Enforcement Act . 

recherches nécessaires visées aux paragraphes 11 (2) et 11 (3) de la Loi sur tes obligations fam ili ales et l'exécution des arriérés d'aliments : 

1. THIS COURT ORDERS THAT . , pay support as set out in 

LE TRIBUNAL ORDONNE que < narrw °' pa *° r> ' <nom du P 3 **"'* verse les aliments tel qu'il 

the attached information form. 

esf énoncé dans la formule de renseignements ci-jointe. 

2 . THIS COURT ORDERS that any income source that receives notice of this support deduction order make payments to the Director 
LE TRIBUNAL ORDONNE que toute source de revenu qui reçoit avis de la présente ordonnance fasse à l'égard du payeur des 

of the Family Responsibility Office in respect of the payor out of money owed to or paid by the income source to the payor, 
versements au directeur du Bureau des obligations familiales à même l'argent que la source de revenu doit au payeur ou qu'elle doit lui verser. 



Signature ni Judge. Registrar or Clerk of the Court 
Signature du juge ou du greffier du tribunal 



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967 



Name of Court 
Location 



SUPPORT DEDUCTION ORDER 

INFORMATION FORM 

Family Responsibility and Support Arrears Enforcement Act 



NOTE : PLEASE PRINT. COMPLETE PART AtB 

LEAVE PART C 

THE COURT WILL COMPLETE PART C 



Form 2 



Court File No. 



Family Responsibility Office FILE INFORMATION 



1. INFORMATION ON PARTIES 

Payor Name 

Payor Address 



Family Responsibility Office Case Number (if known) I — I — I — I I I I I 

__ Birthdate l j 1 ! Il I SexDM Df 

L)ay Month iear 



Street and Number 

Recipient Name 

Recipient Address . 



Town/City 



Province 



Postal Code 



Birthriatfl l l II 1 I I SexDM Df 
Day Month tear 



Srreef and Number Town/City 

Recipient's Social Insurance Number I i I I i i I i i I 
PAYOR'S EMPLOYMENT 



Province 



Postal Code 



Payor's Social Insurance Number I I I 

Employer/Income Source Name 

Payroll Office Address 



I I 



i i I Payor mother's maiden name . 



. Telephone 



Street and Number 

□ Self employed 

□ Unemployed 

D Receiving welfare/family benefits 

] Receiving employment insurance benefits 

D Other (workers' compensation, pension, etc.) 
II more than one source of income, attach additional inlc 

D Recipient does not know 



Town/City 



Province 



Postal Code 



legal name of business and address 



lormalion sheet 



list source ol income and address 



3. SUPPORT ORDER INFORMATION — , -1 , 

Is the support order a variation of a previous support order? I I "res I I No If yes, date of previous order 



The attached support deduction order relates to a support order 

Payo* Nam« 



I M which says that 
is required to pay support for the following persons 



NAME 



SPOUSE 
a 



OTHER DEPENDANTS 
b. 



BIRTHDATE 
DAY MONTH YEAR 



a 



Type of Support Order 
Interim I I Final I I 



AMOUNT PAYABLE 



FREQUENCY 
OF PAYMENTS 



PAYMENTS TO BEGIN 
DAY MONTH YEAR 



a 



COST OF LIVING ADJUSTMENTS D None provided 

Support is indexed in accordance with LJ s.34(5) of the Family Law Act OR CJnon. 34(5) Family Law Act 

LJas follows: 

ARREARS - Complete if commencement date of order is retroactive or if this is a variation order or if this order provides for 

an arrears payment schedule. Arrears owed as of the date of this order LJ Yes LJ No (if yes, how much) $ 

to be paid as follows (if applicable) 



Prepared by: . 



please print name, title 



telephone no. 



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FORMULE DE RENSEIGNEMENTS RELATIFS A L'ORDONANNCE DE RETENUE DES ALIMENTS 

Loi sur les obligations familiales et l'exécution des arriérés d'aliments 



Nom du tribunal . 
Lieu_ 



N° de dossier du triturai 



DEMARQUE : VEUILLEZ ECRIRE EN CARACTERE! D'IMPRIMERIE. REMPLISSEZ LES PARTIES » ET S 
LA PARTIE C EST RESERVEE AU TRIIUNAL 



| RENSEIGNEMENTS SUR LE DOSSIER DU BUREAU DES OBLIGATIONS FAMILIALES 
RENSEIGNEMENTS SUR LES PARTIES N° de dossier du Bureau des obligations familiales (s'il est connu) l 



1 



Nom du payeur 



Date de naissance I l 



J_ 



Jour Mots Année 



J Sexe Dm Df 



Adresse du payeur . 



A/° er rue 

Nom du bénéficiaire 



Province 

Date de naissance I 



Code postal 



Jour Mois Année 



J sexe Dm Df 



Adresse du bénéficiaire . 



N° et rue Ville 

Numéro d'assurance sociale du bénéficiaire I l lJ I l_ 

EMPLOI DU PAYEUR . . 
Numéro d'assurance sociale du payeur I i_j I i I I l L 



Province 



Code postal 



J I 



Nom de l' employeur/de la source de revenu . 
Adresse du bureau de la paie 



Nom de jeune fille de la mère du payeur . 
Téléphone _ 



N° et rue 

D Travailleur indépendant 



Code postal 



□ Chômeur 
D Aide sociale/Prestations familiales □ Prestations d'assurance-emploi 

□ Autre (indemnisation des accidents du travail, prestations de retraite, etc.) 

S' il y I plus a" une source de revenu . joindre une feuille de renseignements supplémentaire. 

D Le bénéficiaire ne sait pas 



Raison sociale de l'entreprise et adresse 



Indiquer la source de revenu et l'adresse 



3. RENSEIGNEMENTS SUR L'ORDONNANCE ALIMENTAIRE L'ordonnance alimentaire modifie-t-elle une ordonnance alimentaire antérieure? 
LJ Oui LJ Non Si oui, indiquez la date de l'ordonnance antérieure 



I L ordonnance de retenue des aliments ci-jointe a trait à une ordonnance 
alimentaire qui déclare que : 



est tenu(e) de verser des aliments aux personnes suivantes : 



Nom du payeur 



NOM 



CONJOINT 



DATE OE NAISSANCE 
JOUR MOIS ANNÉE 



Type d'ordonnance alimentaire 
provisoire I I définitive I I 



MONTANT 
VERSER 



FRÉQUENCE DES 
VERSEMENTS 



DÉBUT DES VERSEMENTS 
JOUR MOIS ANNÉE 



AUTRES PERSONNES À CHARGE 



JL 



4. INDEXATION AU COÛT DE LA VIE D Aucune 

Les aliments sont indexés Lj conformément au paragraphe 34 (5) de la Loi sur l e droit de la famille OU 
Q de la façon suivante : 



5. ARRIÉRÉ - A remplir si la date d'effet de l'ordonnance est rétroactive ou si l'ordonnance est une ordonnance modificative oh si elle prévoit 
un calendrier de paiement de l'arriéré. Un arriéré est exigible à la date de la présente ordonnance H Oui El Non (Si oui, indiquez 
le montant de l'arriéré) $ à payer comme suit (le cas échéant) 



Préparé par : 



Veuille; écrire en caractères d'imprimerie vos nom et titre 



N° de téléphone 



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969 



Name of Court . 
Nom du tribunal 



Location 
Lieu 



SUSPENSION ORDER 
ORDONNANCE DE SUSPENSION 

_ Family Responsibility and Support Arrears Enforcement Act 
Loi sur les obligations familiales et l'exécution des arriérés d'aliments 



Form/Formula 3 



Court fil* no./rV° de dossier du tribunal 



Judge / Juge 



Dale 



Between: / Entre . 



and / ef 



SUSPENSION ORDER / ORDONNANCE DE SUSPENSION 



Applicant/Petitioner/Plaintiff 
Requérant/Demandeur 



Respondent/Defendant 
Intimé I Défendeur 



1. THIS COURT ORDERS that the operation of the support deduction order made . 



LE TRIBUNAL ORDONNE que l'application de l'ordonnance de retenue des aliments rendue le 

be suspended for the following reasons: (complete one) 

soit suspendue pour les raisons suivantes : (cocher une des cases suivantes et remplir) 

(i) LJ it would be unconscionable for the payor, 
// serait déraisonnable pour le payeur, 
through a support deduction order 



(name ol payor) / (nom du payeur) 



par suite d'une ordonnance de retenue des aliments 

(ii) LJ the parties have consented to the suspension 
les parties ont consenti a la suspension 

AUDI ET 

(To be completed only where parties have consented to the suspension) / (Ne remplir que si las parties ont consenti è la suspension) 



(date of support deduction order) 
(date de l'ordonnance) 



, to make support payments 
, de verser des aliments 



2 . THIS COURT ORDERS that . 



LE TRIBUNAL ORDONNE que < name of Pay") ' ("om du payeur) 



post security with the Director of the Family Responsibility Office 
fournisse au directeur du Bureau des obligations familiales une sûreté 



in the amount of $ 
de 



on or before 
~ï le ou avant le~ 



(earlier ol: 10 days following the date ol this Order, or the first support payment due date) 

(celle des deux dates suivantes qui est antérieure à l'autre : 10 jours suivant la date de la présente 

ordonnance ou date d'échéance du premier versement d'aliments) 



Signature of Judge, Registrar or Clerk of the Court 
Signature du juge ou du greffier du tribunal 



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FAMILY RESPONSIBILITY OFFICE 
FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Form 4 Pag* 1 of 5 



Family Responsibility Office Case Number: 



(You have 75 days to complete this form and return It to the Family Responsibility Office.) 

I of 

Name of Payor Address Street and Number Municipality Province Postal Code 

solemnly declare that details of my financial situation are accurately set out below: 



PART 1 - EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION 



Occupation: What type of work do you do? 

Are you self-employed? LJYes LJNo If yes, financial statements for the past two years must be attached. 

Are you now employed Q Full-time LJ Part-time LJ Unemployed 

Current employer: (if more than one, attach separate sheet setting out details) 

Name . 



Address: 



How long have you worked for this employer: 



When are you paid? LJ once a month LJ twice a month LJ once every two weeks 

LJ weekly LJ Other (specify) 

If paid by commission, give details of the arrangement for payment that you have with your employer Please tell us if you receive advances, how such 
advances are calculated, and if you are required to reimburse your employer should you fail to earn the commission or meet any production target: 



If paid by commission, are the terms of the arrangement between you and your employer in writing? LJ Yes LJ No 

If yes, attach a copy of the document. 

If no, when was the current arrangement reached? 

Date 

When will you next discuss changing the commission arrangements with your employer? 



Date 
Last employer (complete only if not working now): 

Name 



Address . 



Length of time employed: From To . 

Reason employment ended . 



Specify 



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FAMILY RESPONSIBILITY OFFICE 
FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Form 4 Page 2 of 5 



Family Responsibility Office Case Number: . 



IMPORTANT: PLEASE FILL IN EITHER THE WEEKLY OR THE MONTHLY INCOME COLUMN, NOT BOTH. 

If you receive or pay some money once a month, but are using the column for weekly income, divide the monthly amount by 4.33 to get the 
amount per week. If you receive or pay some money every week, but are using the column for monthly income, multiply the weekly amount 
by 4.33 to get the amount per month. 



PART 2 - INCOME INFORMATION 



INCOME - A 


Sourc* of Income 


Weekly S 


Monthly $ 


Pay. wages, salary (belore deductions) 






Bonuses 






Public Assistance 






Employment Insurance 






Worker s Compensation 






Pensions 






Rent, board you collect Irom others 


1 


Dividends 




interest 


Commissions 




Support from others 






Family Allowance 






Other ispecityl 






Total Income $ (A) 


$ 


S 



INCOME DEDUCTIONS - B 


Type of Deduction i Weekly S 


Monthly $ 


Income Tax 






Canada Pension Plan 




Employment Insurance 




Pension Plan Contributions 




Union or other dues 




Group Insurance 




Credit union Loan 




Credit Union Savings 




Other (specify, i.e. charity) 


Total Oeductlona S (B) S IS 



TAKE HOME INCOME (A) - (B) = $ 



PART 3 - EXPENSES INFORMATION 



EXPENSES - C Weekly S Monthly S 


Groceries and household supplies 


Meals outside home 






Clothing 






Laundry and dry cleaning 






Rent or mortgage 






j Taxes 






j Home insurance 






1 Heating fuel 






j Waier 






! Hydro 






1 Telephone 






! Cable TV 






1 

j Repairs and maintenance 






Other 






Health and Medical Insurance 






Drugs 






Dental Care 






Sub-total (C) 


S 


s 



EXPENSES - D Weekly S Monthly S 


i 
Public iransit. taxis, etc 


Vehicle operation, gas and oil 


1 
vehicle insurance and licence 




Maintenance 




Lite insurance 




School fees, books, etc 




Music lessons, sports lees. etc. 




Newspapers, publications, stationery 




Entertainment, recreation 




Alcohol, tobacco 




Vacation 






Hairdresser, barber 






Toilet articles (hairspray. soap, etc.) 






Baoysittmg. daycare 




Children's allowances, ojfts 




Support payments (actually being paid) 




Savings for the future (excluding payroll deductions) 




Other (specify) 






Sub-total (D) 


$ 


$ 



TOTAL EXPENSES (EXCLUDING DEBT PAYMENTS) Add (C) + (D) 



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FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Form 4 Ptge 3 ol 5 



Family Responsibility Office Case Number: 



PART 4 - DEBTS 



If you own a car, are there payments still owing? LjYes LJno 
If yes: Name of lender . , 



Address 



Date of Purchase . 



Initial amount financed . 



. Balance owing 



Monthly payments 







ATUCD nCDTTC 










If space not sufficient, UM sepirite thMt 


Type of Debt 


CreOitor 
(Name and Address) 


Security 


Full Amount 
Now Owing 


Monthly 
Payments 


Are Payments 

Currently Being Met 

Ofes/No) 


Bank or 

Trust Company 

Loans 














































Finance Company 
Loans 










































Credit Carfl 
Loans 










































Other Debts 




















































TOTALS 













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FAMILY RESPONSIBILITY OFFICE 
FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Form 4 Pag* 4 of S 



Family Responsibility Office Case Number: 



PART S - ASSETS 


iyp« 




Details - H space ie not sufficient, uee separate eheet Value or Amount 




SUM Natui* and Addreeeee of Property and Ownership 


Real Estate 


1 






2 






3 






Vear and Mate 




Cars. Boats. Vehicles 


1 






2 






3 


' 




Where Located 




Household Goods 
and Furniture 


1 






2 






3 






Description 




Tools. Sports. 
Hobby Equipment 


1 






2 






3 






Type - Issuer - Due Date - Number of Shares 




Bonds - Shares 

Term Deposits 

Investment Certificates 


1 






2 






3 






Name and Location Account Number 




Bank Accounts 


1 






2 






3 






Type and Issuer Account Number 





Savings Plans 

R.R.S.R 
Pension Plans 


1 




2 






3 






T/pe - Beneficiary - Fees Amount Cash Surrender Value 


* 


Life Insurance 


1 






2 






3 






Nature and Location of Business 




Interest in Business 

Attach separate financial 

statement for each business 


1 






2 






3 






Name» of Debtors 




Money Owed to Vbu 


1 






2 






3 






Deicription and Location 




Other Assets 


1 






2 






3 










Total Eatlmatsd Value $ 





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FAMILY RESPONSIBILITY OFFICE 
FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Form 4 Page S of S 



Family Responsibility Office Case Number: 



PART 6 - OTHER INFORMATION 



1. The expenses shown on Part 3 of this form are for: 

LJ Me alone 

LJ Me and these people: (Give name(s) and relationships)) 



2 . I understand that I am required to attach proof of my income to this form. 

(a) I attach to this statement proof of my current income, including my three most recent 

L_ paycheque stubs = employment insurance benefits LJ (other; specify.) 



I I worker's compensation payments 



pension payment 



Note: If you do not receive pay stubs or payment statements from an income source, attach a letter from the 
income source stating the amount of money received for the three consecutive payments made to you 
immediately before the date of the financial statement. AND 

(b) l_l I attach to this form a copy of my income tax returns that were filed with the Department of National Revenue 

for the past 3 taxation years, together with a copy of all material filed with the returns and a copy of any notices of 
assessment or reassessment that I have received from the Department for those years. 

LJ I attach to this form a statement from the Department of National Revenue that I have not filed any income tax 
returns for the past 3 years. 

LJ I attach to this form a direction signed by me to the Taxation Branch of the Department of National Revenue 
for disclosure of my tax returns for the past 3 years. 



Sworn before me at the . 



in the 



.,19 | Signature 

(This form is to be signed before a lawyer, justice of the peace, notary public 
or commissioner tor taking affidavits 



A Commissioner, etc 



FOLLOWING REVIEW OF THIS STATEMENT, THE DIRECTOR MAY REQUIRE OTHER EVIDENCE VERIFYING YOUR INCOME FOR A PERIOD 
OF TIME BEFORE THE DATE OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

THE LAW REQUIRES THAT YOU MUST COMPLETE AND DELIVER THE COMPLETED FINANCIAL STATEMENT TO THE FAMILY 
RESPONSIBILITY OFFICE WITHIN 15 DAYS OF BEING SERVED WITH THE REQUEST TO COMPLETE IT. 

THE LAW FURTHER REQUIRES THAT, IF YOU DISCOVER THAT ANY INFORMATION WAS INCOMPLETE OR WRONG AT THE TIME YOU 
COMPLETED THIS FINANCIAL STATEMENT, YOU MUST DELIVER THE CORRECTED INFORMATION TO THE DIRECTORS OFFICE WITHIN 10 
DAYS OF THE DISCOVERY. 

IF YOU FAIL TO COMPLY. YOU MAY BE ORDERED BY THE COURT TO COMPLY AND THE COURT MAY ORDER THAT A WARRANT FOR 
YOUR ARREST BE ISSUED 

IT IS AN OFFENCE TO KNOWINGLY FAIL TO COMPLY WITH THESE REQUIREMENTS. A PERSON CONVICTED OF AN OFFENCE IS LIABLE TO 
A FINE OF UP TO $10,000. 

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BUREAU DES OBLIGATIONS FAMILIALES - ÉTAT FINANCIER 
Formula 4 Pag* 1 de S 

Numéro de dowier du Bureau des obligations familiales _ 



(Vous avez 15 jours pour renvoyer la présente formule dûment remplie au Bureau des obligations familiales.) 
Je soussigné(e) de . 



Nom du payeur (Adresse - numéro et rue, municipalité, province, code postal) 

déclare solennellement que les renseignements ci-dessous relatifs à ma situation financière sont exacts : 



PARTIE 1 - RENSEIGNEMENTS SUR L'EMPLOI 



Profession : Quel genre de travail exercez-vous? 

Travaillez-vous à votre compte? Q Oui \3 Non Dans l'affirmative, vous devez joindre vos états financiers pour les deux dernières 
années. 

Vous êtes actuellement : d employé(e) à temps plein LJemployé(e) à temps partiel LJ sans emploi 

Employeur actuel : (si vous avez plus d'un employeur, donnez les renseignements sur une autre feuille) 

Nom : 



Adresse : 



Depuis combien de temps travaillez-vous pour cet employeur? 

À quel intervalle êtes-vous rémunéré(e)? LJ une fois par mois LJ deux fois par mois LU une fois toutes les deux semaines 

LJune fois par semaine LJ autre (précisez) . 

Si vous êtes payé(e) à la commission, donnez des renseignements sur l'entente de paiement que vous avez conclue avec votre 
employeur. Veuillez indiquer si vous recevez des avances, de quelle façon ces avances sont calculées, et si vous êtes tenu(e) de rembourser 
votre employeur si vous ne gagnez pas la commission ou n'atteignez pas un objectif de production : 



Si vous êtes payé(e) à la commission, les modalités de l'entente que vous avez conclue avec votre employeur sont-elles consignées 
par écrit? Doui DNon 

Dans l'affirmative, joignez une copie du document. 

Dans la négative, quand avez-vous conclu l'entente actuelle? 



Date 
Quand discuterez-vous avec votre employeur en vue de modifier l'entente sur les commissions? . 



Date 

Dernier employeur (veuillez ne remplir que si vous êtes actuellement sans emploi) : 

Nom : . . . , 

Adresse : 

Durée de l'emploi : du , au 



Raison de la cessation d'emploi : 

Précisez 



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BUREAU DES OBLIGATIONS FAMILIALES - ÉTAT FINANCIER 
Formula 4 Pag* 2 da 5 



Numéro de dossier du Bureau des obligations familiales 



IMPORTANT: VEUILLEZ NE REMPLIR QUE LA COLONNE SUR LE REVENU HEBDOMADAIRE OU LA COLONNE SUR LE REVENU MENSUEL, ET NON PAS LES DEUX. 

Si vous recevez ou versez de l'argent une fois par mois, mais que vous utilisez la colonne sur le revenu hebdomadaire, divisez le montant 
mensuel par 4,33 pour obtenir le montant hebdomadaire. Si vous recevez ou versez de l'argent toutes les semaines, mais que vous utilisez 
la colonne sur le revenu mensuel, multipliez le montant hebdomadaire par 4,33 pour obtenir le montant mensuel. 



PARTIE 2 - RENSEIGNEMENTS SUR LE REVENU 



REVENU - A 


Source de revenu 


Hebdomadaire J 


Manaual t 


Paie, salaire, rémunération (avant retenues) 






Primes 






Prestations d'aide sociale 






Prestations d'assurance-emploi 




Indemnités d'accident de travail 




Prestations de retraite 




Revenu que vous touchez d'une location ou d'une pension 




videndes 






Intérêts 






Commissions 






Aide financière provenant d'autres sources 






Allocations familiales 






Autres (précisez) 






Revenu total S (A) 


$ 


$ 



RETENUES À LA SOURCE - B 


Typa de ratanua 


Haddomedaire S 


Menauelle $ 


Impôt sur le revenu 






Cotisations au Régime de pensions du Canada 






Primes d'assurance-emploi 






Cotisations à un régime de pensions 






Cotisations syndicales ou autres 






Primes d'assurance collective 






Emprunt auprès d'une caisse 






Compte d'épargne auprès d'une caisse 






Autres (précisez, p ex oeuvres de bienfaisance) 






Retenues totale» $ (B) 


$ 


$ 



REVENU NET : (A) - (B) = 



PARTIE 3 - RENSEIGNEMENTS SUR LES DÉPENSES 



DÉPENSES - C 



Hebdomadiirss t Menauelle» t 



Articles ménagers et épicerie 



Repas a l'extérieur de a maison 



Vêtements 



Blanchissage et nettoyage à sec 



loyer ou hypothèque 
Impôts fonciers 



Assurance (maison) 



Chauffage 



Eau 



Électricité 



Téléphone 



Téléoistribution 



Répa-atons et entretien 



Autres 



Primes d'assurance-santé et d'assurance médicale 



Médicaments 



Soins dentaires 



Total partial 



(C) 



DÉPENSES - D Hebdomadaires SMenauellea t 


Transports en commun, taxis, etc. 






Utilisation d'un véhicule, essence et huile 






Assurance et permis 






Entretien 






Assurance-vie 






Frais de scolarité, livres, etc. 






Cours de musique, sports, etc. 






Journaux, publications, papier et articles de bureau 






Sortes et loisirs 






Alcool, tabac 






vacances 






Salon de coiffure, coiffeur 






Articles de toilette (fixatif, savon, etc.) 






Garde déniants, garoene 






Allocations des enfants, cadeaux 






Obligations alimentaires (réellement payées) 






Économes (à 1 exceptor des retenues à la source) 






Autres (précisez) 






Total partial (D) 


$ 


S 



DÉPENSES TOTALES (À L'EXCLUSION DES REMBOURSEMENTS DE DETTES) Additionnel les colonne» (C) ET (D) : . 



». 



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Numéro de dossier au Bureau des obligations tamikales 



PARTIE 4 - DETTES 




Si vous possédez une voiture, devez-vous encore effectuer des versements sur celle-ci? LJOui LJlMon 
nans l'affirmative Nom fin nrfttenr ■ 




Adresse : 










Date dp l'achat ■ 






Montant initial finanné • Solde exirjihle • 


Versements mensuels : 










AUTRES DETTES 




UtIHMz un* luira feuille tu béaoin 




Type de dette 


Créancier 
(Nom et adresse) 


Garantie 


Montant total 
maintenant exigible 


Versements 
mensuels 


Honorez-vous 

actuellement vos 

versements? 

(Oui/Non) 




Prêts d'une banque 

ou d'une 
société de fiducie 


















































Prêts d'une 

compagnie de 

financement 


















































Prêts de cartes 
de crédit 


















































Autres dettes 






























































TOTAUX 























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Formule 4 Page 4 de 5 



Numéro de dossier du Sureau des obligations familiales 













TVpe 


Précleiona - utllleaz une autre leullla au beeoin 


Valeur ou montant 


Indiquez 1* nature du bien et le lieu où II ee trouve ainsi que le titre de propriété et l'adreese du Men 


Biens immeubles 


1 






2 
3 










Année et marqua 




Voitures, bateaux, véhicules 


1 






2 






3 






Emplacement 




Articles ménagers 
et effets mobiliers 


1 




2 






3 






Description 




Outils, matériel de sport. 
et passe-temps 


1 






2 






3 






Type - Émetteur - Data d'échéance - Nombre d'actlona 




Obligations - actions - 

Dépôts à terme - 
Certificats de placement 


1 






2 






3 






Nom et emplacement - Numéro de compte 




Comptes bancaires 


1 






2 








3 






Type et émetteur ■ Numéro de compte 




Régimes d épargne 

RE.É.R 
Régimes de retraite 


1 






2 






3 






Typa - Bénéficiaire - Capital aaauré 


Valeur de rachat du contrat J 


Assurance-vie 


1 






2 






3 






Nature et emplacement de l'entreprlae 




Intérêts dans une entreprise 

Joignez un état financier distinct 

pour chaque entreprise 


1 






2 






3 






Nom dea débiteur. 






1 






Sommes qui vous sont dues 


2 








3 






Deecrlptlon et empiècement 




Autres éléments d'actif 


1 






2 






3 








valeur totale eetlmée 


, $ 







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Formule 4 Page 5 da S 



Numéro de dossier du Bureaj des obligations tarmf ales : 



PARTIE 6 - AUTRES RENSEIGNEMENTS 



1. Les dépenses indiquées dans la partie 3 de la présente formule concernent : 

LJmoi seul(e) 

LJ moi et les personnes suivantes : (indiquez leur nom et leurs liens) 



2. Je comprends que je suis tenu(e) de joindre une preuve de mon revenu à la présente formule. 

a) Je joins au présent état une preuve de mon revenu, dont mes trois plus récent(e)s 

LJ bulletins de paie LJ prestations d'assurance-emploi LJ autres (précisez) 

LJ indemnités d'accident de travail l_l prestations de retraite 

Remarque : Si vous ne recevez pas de bulletins de paie ou d'autres états de paie d'une source de revenu, 
joignez une lettre de celle-ci indiquant les montants des trois versements consécutifs que 
vous avez reçus immédiatement avant la date du présent état financier. 

ET 

b) LJ Je joins à la présente formule une copie de mes déclarations d'impôt sur le revenu déposées au ministère du 

Revenu national pour les trois dernières années d'imposition, accompagnée d'une copie de tous les 
documents déposés avec les déclarations et d'une copie des avis de cotisation ou de nouvelle cotisation que 
j'ai reçus du ministère pour ces années. 

LJ Je joins à la présente formule une déclaration du ministère du Revenu national selon laquelle je n'ai pas 
déposé de déclaration d'impôt sur le revenu pour les trois dernières années d'imposition. 

I I Je joins à la présente formule une autorisation de divulguer mes déclarations d'impôt, pour les trois dernières 

années, dûment signée et adressée à Secteur impôt, ministère du Revenu national. 



Déclaré sous serment devant moi à/au _ 

de dans le/la . 

de le 



.19. 



Signature 

(La présente formule doit être signée devant un avocat, un juge de paix, 
un notaire ou un commissaire aux affidavits) 



Commissaire 

APRÈS AVOIR ÉTUDIÉ LE PRÉSENT ÉTAT, LE DIRECTEUR PEUT EXIGER D'AUTRES PREUVES AFIN DE VÉRIFIER VOTRE REVENU POUR 
UNE PÉRIODE PRÉCÉDANT LA DATE DE L'ÉTAT FINANCIER. 

LA LOI EXIGE QUE VOUS REMETTIEZ L'ÉTAT FINANCIER DÛMENT REMPLI AU BUREAU DES OBLIGATIONS FAMILIALES DANS LES 
15 JOURS SUIVANT LA SIGNIFICATION DE L'AVIS VOUS ENJOIGNANT DE LE REMPLIR 

LA LOI EXIGE EN OUTRE QUE, SI VOUS CONSTATEZ QUE DES RENSEIGNEMENTS ÉTAIENT INCOMPLETS OU INEXACTS AU MOMENT OÙ 
VOUS AVEZ REMPLI LE PRÉSENT ÉTAT FINANCIER, VOUS DEVEZ FOURNIR LES RENSEIGNEMENTS RECTIFIÉS AU BUREAU DU DIRECTEUR 
DANS LES 10 JOURS QUI SUIVENT CETTE CONSTATATION. 

EN CAS D'INOBSERVATION DE VOTRE PART, LE TRIBUNAL PEUT VOUS ORDONNER DE VOUS CONFORMER À CES EXIGENCES ET IL PEUT 
EN OUTRE DÉCERNER UN MANDAT EN VUE DE VOTRE ARRESTATION. 

LE FAIT DE NE PAS RESPECTER SCIEMMENT CES EXIGENCES CONSTITUE UNE INFRACTION QUICONQUE EST DÉCLARÉ COUPABLE 
D'UNE INFRACTION EST PASSIBLE D'UNE AMENDE D'AU PLUS 10 000 $. 



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NOTICE TO FAMILY RESPONSIBILITY OFFICE BY INCOME SOURCE 

Form 5 

Family Responsibility Office Case Number: 



I have received a Support Deduction Notice dated . _ _____ , 19 regarding 



Name ol Payor 

DISPUTE BY INCOME SOURCE 

I am not an income source of the payor named in the Support Deduction Notice for the following reasons: (check as many as apply) 

LJ I do not owe any money or make any payments to the payor 
LJ The payor has never worked for me. 
LJ Other (specify) 



TERMINATION OR INTERRUPTION OF PAYMENTS 

LJ The payor has worked for me, but stopped working for me on 

Date 

State reason 



LJ Is termination permanent LJ or lay off LJ (give date of recall if known) 



LJ Other (specify) 



RESUMPTION OF PAYMENTS 

D Support deduction will resume as of 

{slate dale ot return to work) 

Individual, corporation or other organization: 



Contact Person: 



Name 


Address (street S number) 




Unit/Apt. No 




City 


Province 




Postal Code 


Name 


Position 


Telephone Number 



Date Signature ol Authorized Individual 

The law says that you must write to the Family Responsibility Office it you are not an income source for a payor. Anyone who fails to notify the Director can 
be found guilty ol an offence and lined up to $10,000. 

The law also says that, after receiving a Support Deduction Notice, an income source must make deductions and payments to the Family Responsibility Office. 
If the income source tails to make the deduction and payments without a proper reason, a court may order the Income source to pay the amount that should 
have been deducted 

The law also says that you must wnte to the Family Responsibility Office if you were an income source but are no longer an income source for a payor or if 
you resume being an income source for a payor after deductions and payments are interrupted or terminated 



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AVIS AU BUREAU DES OBLIGATIONS FAMILIALES PAR UNE SOURCE DE REVENU 

Formule S 

Numéro de dossier du Bureau des obligations familiales : _ . 



J'ai reçu un avis de retenue des aliments, en date du 19 à l'égard de 



Nom du payeur 

CONTESTATION D'UNE SOURCE DE REVENU 

Je ne suis pas une source de revenu du payeur mentionné dans l'avis de retenue des aliments pour les raisons suivantes : 

(Cochez les cases pertinentes) 



LJ Je ne dois pas d'argent au payeur ni lui fais de versements. 

LJ Le payeur n'a Jamais travaillé pour moi. 

D Autres (précisez) 



FIN OU INTERRUPTION DES VERSEMENTS 

LJ Le payeur a travaillé pour moi, mais a cessé de le faire le . 



LJ indiquez la raison : Da,e 



LJ S'agit-il d'une cessation permanente? LJou d'une mise à pied 9 LJ (Donnez la date de rappel si elle est connue) 



U Autres (précisez) 



REPRISE DES VERSEMENTS 

LJ La retenue des aliments reprendra le _ _ 



(Indiquez la dale de retour eu travail) 

Particulier, personne morale ou autre organisme ; 



Nom 






Adresse (numéro et rue) unité/app. 



Ville Province Code postal 
Personne à contacter : 



Nom 



Poste 



N° de téléphone 



Date Signature d'une personne autorisée 

La loi déclare que vous devez écrire au Bureau des obligations familiales si vous n'êtes pas une source de revenu d'un paveur. Quiconque n'avise pas le direc- 
teur peut être déclaré coupable d'une intraction et être passible d'une amende d'au plus 10 000 S 

La loi déclare en outre que, après avoir reçu un avis de retenue des aliments, une source de revenu doit taire les retenues et verser des sommes au Bureau 
des obligations familiales. Si la source de revenu ne fait pas ces retenues et ne verse pas ces sommes sans motif valable, le tribunal peut ordonner à la source 
de revenu de verser la somme qu'elle aurait dû retenir. 

La loi déclare en outre que vous devez contacter par écrit le Bureau des obligations familiales si vous étiez une source de revenu d'un paveur mais que vous 
ne l'êtes plus ou si vous êtes de nouveau une source de revenu d'un payeur après que les retenues et les versements sont interrompus ou prennent fin. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 168/97 

made under the 

ST. CLAIR PARKWAY COMMISSION ACT 

Made: April 25, 1997 

Approved: May 7, 1997 

Filed: May 8, 1997 

Amending Reg. 1022 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 1022 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 

1. Section 16 of Regulation 1022 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

16. (1) The fees payable to use the St. Clair Parkway Golf Course 
at Mooretown are set out in this section. 

(2) The daily fee per person is, 

(a) for one to nine holes of play, $16.82; 

(b) for 10 to 18 holes of play, $25.23. 

(3) Despite clause (2) (a), the daily fee per person for one to nine 
holes of play after 5 p.m. in April, May, September or October and after 
6 p.m. in July or August is $14.02. 

(4) The fee for a season ticket to use the golf course only after 2 p.m. 
is $654.21. 

(5) The fee per person for a ticket to use the golf course only on 
week days, except statutory holidays, is, 

(a) $279.44 for a person who is under 1 8 years old; 

(b) $504.67 for a person who is a least 18 years old and under 21 
years old; 

(c) $612.15 for a person who is at least 21 years old and under 65 
years old; 

(d) $504.67 for a person who is 65 years old or over. 

(6) The season ticket for a person to use the golf course at any time 
is, 

(a) $434.58 for a person who is under 1 8 years old; 

(b) $621.50 for a person who is a least 18 years old and under 21 
years old; 

(c) $933.64 for a person who is at least 21 years old; 

(d) $1 ,536.44 for two persons from the same household who are at 
least 1 8 years old; 

(e) $1 ,635.5 1 for more than 2 people from the same household, not 
more than 2 of whom are 1 8 years old or over. 

(7) Season ticket-holders are authorized to use the golf course as set 
out in subsections (4), (5) and (6) without paying a daily fee during the 
season when the golf course is open. 



(8) A person less than 18 years old shall not use the golf course 
before 2 p.m. unless accompanied by a person who is at least 1 8 years 
old. 

2. Subsection 19 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(2) The daily fee for a camp-site permit is, 

(a) $16.82 for a permit valid for a site without electrical power; 

(b) $19.63 for a permit valid for a site with electrical power; 

(c) $25.23 for a permit valid for one day for a site with electrical 
power and including the right to launch a boat at the Marine Park 
at Mitchell's Bay; 

(d) $ 1 1 7.76 for a permit valid for seven days for a site with electrical 
power; and 

(e) $355. 14 for a permit valid for one month for a site with electrical 
power. 

3. Subsection 20 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(2) The fee for a seasonal camp-site permit is, 

(a) $813.08 for Lambton-Cundick Park; 

(b) $84 1 . 1 2 for Cathcart Park and Marine Park. 

4. Subsection 22 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(2) The fees at the Marine Park at Mitchell's Bay are, 

(a) $6.54 per day or $1 12.15 per season to launch a boat; 

(b) $62.62 per day or $42.06 per half day to rent a boat; 

(c) $25.23 per day to rent a boat without a motor; 

(d) $1.12 per foot length of the boat to moor a boat for a day, 
including the use of electrical outlet; 

(e) $6.73 per foot length of the boat to moor a boat for a week, 
including electrical outlet; 

(0 $12.80 per foot length of the boat to moor a boat for a month, 
including electrical outlet; 

(g) to moor a boat for a season, 

(i) $30.84 per foot length of the boat without on shore 
amenities plus $56.07 if the boat is moored in Area A or F 
at a dockside berth, 

(ii) $35.05 per foot length of the boat with on shore amenities 
plus $56.07 if the boat is moored in Area A or F at a dockside 
berth; 

(h) $10.28 per boat or trailer to use the dumping station to empty 
holding tanks; and 

(i) $6.54 per day and $18.69 for 14 days to launch a boat and 
haul out a boat, for persons entered in the Salmon Derby 
during the period April 27 to May 12, 1997. 

5. Section 23 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



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23. The fees at the Sarnia Bay Marina are. 



(a) $1.12 per foot length of the boat to moor a boat for a day 
including the use of electrical outlet; 

(b) $6.73 per foot length of the boat to moor a boat for a week, 
including electrical outlet; 

(c) $24.30 per foot length of the boat to moor a boat for a month, 
including electrical outlet; 

(d) $56.07 per foot length of the boat without on shore amenities to 
moor a boat for a season; 

(e) $60.28 per foot length of the boat with on shore amenities to 
moor a boat for a season; 

(f) $10.28 per boat to use the dumping station to empty holding 
tanks; 

(g) $6.54 per day or $ 1 1 2. 1 5 per season to launch a boat and haul out 
a boat, except as described in clauses (h), (i), (j) and (k); 

(h) $6.54 per boat to launch a boat in the course of carrying on the 
business of selling or leasing boats; 

(i) $6.54 per boat to haul out a boat from the water in the course of 
carrying on the business of selling or leasing boats; 

(j) $60.75 per season to launch a boat and haul out a boat where the 
boat owner is 65 years old or over; 

(k) $6.54 per day and $18.69 for 14 days to launch a boat and haul 
out a boat, for persons entered in the Salmon Derby during the 
period April 27 to May 12, 1997. 

6. Section 23.1 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

23.1 The daily admission fees for admission to Uncle Tom's Cabin 
Historic Site in Dresden are, 

(a) for a person at least 18 years old and under 65 years old, $4.67; 

(b) for a person 65 years old or over, $3.74; 

(c) for a person at least 13 years old and under 18 years old, $3.74; 

(d) for a person at least six years old and under 13 years old, $2.80; 

(e) for a group of one or more persons described in clause (a) or (b) 
and one or more persons under 1 8 years old who are apparently 
under the care and control of a person or persons described in 
clause (a) or (b), $13.08; and 

(f) for each person in a group on a bus tour of seven or more people, 
each of whom is at least 13 years old, $3.74. 

The St. Clair Parkway Commission: 



Yon Shimizu 
Chair 

David Cram 
Secretary-Treasurer 



ONTARIO REGULATION 169/97 

made under the 

ONTARIO PLACE CORPORATION ACT 

Made: April 28, 1997 

Approved: May 7, 1997 

Filed: May 8, 1997 



FEES 



1. In this Regulation, 



Dated at Toronto on April 25, 1997. 
21/97 



"adult" means a person who is at least 6 years old and under 60 years 
old; 

"child" means a person who is a least 3 years old and less than 6 years 
old; 

"excluded items" means admission to the use of the motion simulator, 
the Molson Amphitheatre, the play games of splash castles and the 
rental of a stroller or wagon; 

"senior" means a person who is at least 60 years old; 

"summer operating season" means the period from the first day of May 
to the last day of September in each year; 

"winter season" means the period from first day in October of one year 
to the last day of April in the following year. 

2. (1) Unless this Regulation provides otherwise, the admission fee 
to Ontario Place is, 

(a) $9.35 for a person who is at least 13 years old and less than 60 
years old; 

(b) $9.35 for a senior; and 

(c) $4.67 for a person who is over 3 years old and less than 13 years 
old. 

(2) The Play All Day daily admission fee to Ontario Place, including 
admission to all attractions except excluded items, is, 

(a) $18.70 for an adult; 

(b) $9.35 for a child; and 

(c) $9.35 for a senior. 

(3) The Play All Day daily admission fee to Ontario Place, including 
admission to all attractions except excluded items, for two or more 
persons from the same household is $60.70. 

(4) The Play All Day daily admission fee to Ontario Place, including 
admission to all attractions except excluded items, for pre-booked 
groups of 20 or more persons is, 

(a) $14.02 for an adult; 

(b) $8.41 for a child; and 

(c) $8.41 fora senior. 

(5) The Play All Day daily admission fee to Ontario Place, including 
admission to all attractions except excluded items, for pre-booked 
corporate or travel tour groups of 20 or more persons is $11.22 per 
person. 

(6) The Play All Day daily admission fee to Ontario Place, including 
admission to all attractions except excluded items, for pre-booked 
educational groups of 20 or more persons is, 



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(a) $9.35 per person from January 1 to June 13; and 

(b) $ 1 1 .22 per person after June 13. 

(7) The Play All Day season admission fee to Ontario Place, 
including admission to all attractions except excluded items, for two 
persons or more persons from the same household is, $46.68 for a 
person who is 12 years old or over and $37.34 for a person who is over 
3 years old and less than 1 2 years old. 

3. (1) The fee for a reserved seat at fireworks displays is, 

(a) $10.28 for an adult; 

(b) $8.41 for a child; and 

(c) $10.28 for a senior. 

(2) The fee for a reserved seat at fireworks displays for pre-booked 
groups of 20 or more persons is, 

(a) $8.41 for an adult; 

(b) $5.61 for a child; and 

(c) $8.41 fora senior. 

4. The admission fee to HMCS Haida is $1 .87. 

5. The admission fee to Cinesphere is, 



O. Reg. 170/97 

9. (1) The daily, monthly and seasonal fees to dock a boat at the 
Marina are set out below: 



Length of 
Boat 


Daily Fee 


Monthly Fee 


Seasonal Fee 
with Parking 


20 feet or less 


$1.00 per foot 


$20.00 per foot 


$67.00 per foot 


over 20 feet to 
and including 
50 feet 


$1.50 per foot 


$23.00 per foot 


$71.00 per foot 


over 50 feet 


$2.00 per foot 


$25.00 per foot 


$75.00 per foot 



(a) $4.63 per person during the summer operating season until 
8:00 p.m.; and 

(b) $8.36 for an adult and $4.63 for a child or senior during the 
winter season or after 8:00 p.m. during the summer operating 
season. 

6. The fee to play one game of splash castles is $.47. 

7. The fee for the rental of a stroller is $2.81 and for the rental of a 
wagon is $4.67. 

8. (1) Except as provided in this section, the daily fees for parking 
at Ontario Place are set out in the following table: 





Summer 

Operating 

Season 


During 

Canadian 

National 

Exhibition 


During 
Concerts, 

Molson 
Indy and 
Caribana 


Winter 
Season 


Car 


$8.42 


$ 14.02 


$11.22 


$4.67 


Motorcycle 


4.67 


4.67 


4.67 


4.67 


Bus 


11.22 


15.89 


33.65 


Nil 


Recreational 
Vehicle 


11.22 


18.69 


18.69 


4.67 



(2) Prior to 8:00 p.m. during the summer operating season, no fee is 
payable to park a tour bus for a tour that is prebooked with the 
Corporation. 

(3) The daily parking fee to park any vehicle at Ontario Place after 
9:30 p.m. is $4.67. 

(4) There is no fee for an employee of the Corporation to park one 
car at Ontario Place. 



(2) The fees for reserved parking of vehicles at the Marina are, 

(a) $374.00 per vehicle for the summer operating season; 

(b) $140.19 per vehicle for one month; and 

(c) $11 .68 per vehicle for one day. 

10. (1) The monthly fee to store a boat at Ontario Place during the 
winter season is, 

(a) for a boat that is 20 feet long or less, $42.06 per foot length of 
the boat; and 

(b) for a boat that is more than 20 feet long, $51.40 per foot of 
length. 

(2) The fee to store a trailerable boat at Ontario Place during the 
winter season is $50.00 per month and $250.00 for the winter season. 

(3) The fee to haul a boat out of the water, bottom wash it, block it 
and launch it is $2.50 per square foot. 

(4) The fee to destep a mast, store it for the winter season and step 
it is $.25 per square foot. 

11. Nothing in this Regulation limits the power of the Corporation 
to promote Ontario Place and its attractions. 

12. Ontario Regulation 208/96 is revoked. 

Ontario Place Corporation: 

Max Beck 
General Manager 

Glen Gray 
Secretary- Treasurer 

Dated at Toronto on April 28, 1997. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 170/97 

made under the 
MARRIAGE ACT 

Made: April 16, 1997 
Filed: May 12, 1997 

Amending Reg. 738 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 738 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 

1. Regulation 738 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 



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3.1 For the purpose of subsection 24 (1) of the Act, the following 
class of persons is authorized to solemnize marriages under the 
authority of a licence: 

1. The judges of Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench for 
Saskatchewan. 

2. Section 3.1 of the Regulation, as made by this Regulation, is 
revoked on May 25, 1997. 



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CORRECTION 



Ontario Regulation 82/97 under the Upholstered and Stuffed 
Articles Act published in the March 22, 1997 issue of The Ontario 
Gazette. 

Form 2A, as set out in Ontario Regulation 82/97, should have read as 
follows: 



Form2A 



* 



■5.5 CM- 



I 

13 CM 

I 



NEW MATERIAL 
REG. NO. 
CONTENT 



MATERIAUX NEUFS SEULEMENT 
NO. DE PERMIS: 
CONTENU 



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Note: 



1997—05—31 



ONTARIO REGULATION 171/97 

made under the 

LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

Made: May 7, 1997 
Filed: May 12, 1997 

Amending Reg. 719 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Licences to Sell Liquor) 

Regulation 719 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 19%. 



1. Sections 98.2.1 and 98.2.4 of Regulation 719 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following 
substituted: 

98.2.1 An applicant for or a holder of a licence to sell liquor is 
exempt from the application of subsection 6 (4) of the Act with respect 
to premises known as the Molson Amphitheatre at Ontario Place, 
Toronto. 



98.2.4 An applicant for or a holder of a licence to sell liquor is 
exempt from the application of subsection 6 (4) of the Act with respect 
to the event known as the Molson Indy in Toronto. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 172/97 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS ACT, 1996 

Made: May 12, 1997 
Filed: May 12, 1997 

TRANSITIONAL MATTERS 

AFFECTING THE 1997 REGULAR ELECTION 

AND ARISING OUT OF RESTRUCTURING 



1. (1) This Regulation provides for transitional matters that affect 
the 1997 regular election and arise out of the restructuring of munici- 
palities and local boards. 

(2) This Regulation does not apply in respect of school boards. 

2. (1) In this Regulation, 

"key date" means, 

(a) May 31, 1997, in the case of a restructuring order that is pub- 
lished in The Ontario Gazette before that date, 

(b) the date of publication, in the case of a restructuring order that 
is published in The Ontario Gazette on or after that date; ("date 
clé") 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 172/97 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1996 SUR LES ELECTIONS MUNICIPALES 

pris le 12 mai 1997 
déposé le 12 mai 1997 

QUESTIONS TRANSITOIRES 

QUI ONT UNE INCIDENCE SUR L'ÉLECTION 

ORDINAIRE DE 1997 ET QUI DÉCOULENT 

D'UNE RESTRUCTURATION 

1. (1) Le présent règlement prévoit les questions transitoires qui ont 
une incidence sur l'élection ordinaire de 1997 et qui découlent de la 
restructuration de municipalités et de conseils locaux. 

(2) Le présent règlement ne s'applique pas à l'égard des conseils 
scolaires. 

2. (I) Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent au présent règlement. 

«ancien poste» Relativement à un nouveau poste, s'entend d'un poste 
au sein du conseil d'une municipalité qui a été restructurée par 
l'arrêté ou l'ordre de restructuration ou au sein d'un conseil local 
d'une telle municipalité, («old office») 

«arrêté ou ordre de restructuration» Arrêté pris par le ministre aux 
termes du paragraphe 25.2 (4) de la Loi sur les municipalités ou ordre 
donné par une commission en vertu du paragraphe 25.3 ( 1 3) de cette 
loi. («restructuring order») 



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"new office" means an office on the council of a municipality as 
established by a restructuring order or on a local board of such a 
municipality; ("nouveau poste") 

"old office", when used in reference to a new office, means an office on 
the council of a municipality that was restructured by the restruc- 
turing order or on a local board of such a municipality; ("ancien 
poste") 

"restructuring order" means a Minister's order made under subsection 
25 .2 (4) of the Municipal Act or a commission order made under sub- 
section 25.3 (13) of that Act. ("arrêté ou ordre de restructuration") 

(2) If a restructuring order makes a person responsible for conduct- 
ing the 1997 regular election in a municipality, any reference to the 
clerk in the Act or this Regulation shall be deemed to be a reference to 
that person for the purposes of the election in that municipality. 



(3) A new office and an old office correspond if they are both on a 
council or both on a local board. 

(4) A new office and an old office are equivalent if they are both the 
office of, 

(a) mayor or reeve; 

(b) member of a council, other than mayor, reeve or deputy reeve; 

(c) deputy reeve; or 

(d) member of a local board. 

3. (1) The clerk shall send to every candidate for an old office a 
notice, 

(a) explaining the effect of the restructuring order on the 1997 
regular election in the municipality; 

(b) advising of the candidate's right to file a nomination for a new 
office; and 

(c) explaining the candidate's options under section 4. 

(2) If section 5 or 6 applies, the notice shall also inform the candi- 
date of the fact and explain the options under that section. 

(3) The notice shall be sent by registered mail or delivered person- 
ally, within 14 days after the key date. 

4. (1) The rules set out in subsection (2) apply to a candidate for an 
old office who files a nomination for a corresponding new office within 
28 days after the key date. 



(2) The rules referred to in subsection (1) are: 

1 . The nomination filing fee paid with respect to the nomination for 
the old office shall be deemed to have been paid with respect to 
the nomination for the new office. 



2. The campaign for the old office shall be deemed to form part of 
the campaign for the new office. 

3. The campaign for the new office shall be deemed to have begun 
on the day the candidate was nominated for the old office and not 
as provided in section 68 of the Act. 

(3) If the restructuring order was published in The Ontario Gazette 
before the key date, the rules set out in subsection (2) also apply in 
respect of a candidate for an old office who files a nomination for a 
corresponding new office on or before the key date. 



«date clé» S'entend de ce qui suit : 



a) le 31 mai 1997, dans le cas d'un arrêté ou d'un ordre de 
restructuration qui est publié dans la Gazette de l'Ontario avant 
cette date; 

b) la date de publication, dans le cas d'un arrêté ou d'un ordre de 
restructuration qui est publié dans la Gazette de l'Ontario à cette 
date ou par la suite, («key date») 

«nouveau poste» Poste au sein du conseil d'une municipalité telle 
qu'elle est constituée par un arrêté ou un ordre de restructuration ou 
au sein d'un conseil local d'une telle municipalité, («new office») 

(2) Si un arrêté ou un ordre de restructuration charge une personne 
de la tenue de l'élection ordinaire de 1997 dans une municipalité, toute 
mention du secrétaire dans la Loi ou dans le présent règlement est 
réputée une mention de cette personne aux fins de l'élection dans cette 
municipalité. 

(3) Un nouveau poste et un ancien poste correspondent s'ils sont 
tous les deux au sein d'un conseil municipal ou d'un conseil local. 

(4) Un nouveau poste et un ancien poste sont équivalents s'ils sont 
tous les deux l'un des postes suivants : 

a) maire ou préfet; 

b) membre d'un conseil municipal, à l'exclusion du maire, du préfet 
et du préfet adjoint; 

c) préfet adjoint; 

d) membre d'un conseil local. 

3. (1) Le secrétaire envoie à chaque candidat à un ancien poste un 
avis qui : 

a) explique l'effet de l'arrêté ou de l'ordre de restructuration sur 
l'élection ordinaire de 1997 tenue dans la municipalité; 

b) informe du droit qu'a le candidat de déposer une déclaration de 
candidature à l'égard d'un nouveau poste; 

c) explique les options qu'a le candidat aux termes de l'article 4. 

(2) Si l'article 5 ou 6 s'applique, l'avis informe également le candi- 
dat de ce fait et explique les options qu'il a aux termes de cet article. 

(3) L'avis est envoyé par courrier recommandé ou remis en mains 
propres, dans les 14 jours qui suivent la date clé. 

4. (1) Les règles énoncées au paragraphe (2) s'appliquent à un 
candidat à un ancien poste qui dépose une déclaration de candidature à 
l'égard d'un nouveau poste correspondant dans les 28 jours qui suivent 
la date clé. 

(2) Les règles visées au paragraphe (1) sont les suivantes : 

1 . Les droits versés pour le dépôt de la déclaration de candidature 
à l'égard de l'ancien poste sont réputés avoir été versés pour le 
dépôt de la déclaration de candidature à l'égard du nouveau 
poste. 

2. La campagne pour l'ancien poste est réputée faire partie de la 
campagne pour le nouveau poste. 

3. La campagne pour le nouveau poste est réputée avoir commencé 
le jour où le candidat a été déclaré candidat à l'ancien poste, et 
non selon ce que prévoit l'article 68 de la Loi. 

(3) Si l'arrêté ou l'ordre de restructuration a été publié dans la 
Gazette de l'Ontario avant la date clé, les règles énoncées au para- 
graphe (2) s'appliquent également à l'égard d'un candidat à un ancien 
poste qui dépose une déclaration de candidature à l'égard d'un nouveau 
poste correspondant au plus tard à la date clé. 



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(4) The rules set out in subsection (S) apply to a candidate for an old 
office who does not file a nomination for a new office as described in 
subsection (1). 

(5) The rules referred to in subsection (4) are: 

1. The candidate's election campaign period ends on the day that 
is 60 days after the key date, and not as provided in section 68 
of the Act. 

2. The nomination for the old office shall be deemed to have been 
withdrawn on the day referred to in paragraph 1 . 

(6) Subsections (4) and (5) do not apply to a candidate who, before 
the day referred to in paragraph 1 of subsection (5), actually withdraws 
the nomination. 

5. (1) If the electoral boundaries for an old office and for the 
equivalent new office are the same, a candidate for the old office shall 
be deemed to have been nominated for the new office, unless he or she 
files a nomination as described in subsection 4(1). 



(2) The rules set out in subsection 4 (2) apply to a candidate for the 
old office who is deemed to have been nominated for the new office. 



6. ( 1 ) If the election for an old office was to be held by general vote 
and the conditions set out in subsection (3) are met, a candidate for the 
old office shall be deemed to have been nominated for the equivalent 
new office in the municipality of the qualifying address shown on the 
candidate's original nomination form, unless he or she files a nomina- 
tion as described in subsection 4(1). 



(2) The rules set out in subsection 4 (2) apply to a candidate for the 
old office who is deemed to have been nominated for the new office. 



(3) The conditions referred to in subsection (1) are: 

1 . The restructuring order changes the boundaries of two or more 
municipalities by providing for annexation as described in 
clause (a) or (b) of the definition of "restructuring" in subsection 
25.2 (1) of the Municipal Act. 

2. The restructuring order does not provide for a result described 
in any other clause of that definition. 

7. A candidate for a new office is entitled to, 

(a) carry forward, for the purposes of clause 79 (3) (b) of the Act, 
any deficit accumulated in a campaign for a corresponding old 
office in the 1994 regular election or in an intervening 
by-election; 

(b) receive payment, under subsection 79 (8) of the Act, of any 
surplus accumulated in such a campaign. 

8. (1) This section applies if, as a result of a restructuring order, 
any new offices on a local board are not to be filled by election. 



(2) The election campaign period of each candidate for a corre- 
sponding old office ends on the 60th day after the key date, and not as 
provided in section 68 of the Act. 

(3) Each nomination for a corresponding old office shall be 
deemed to have been withdrawn on the day referred to in subsection (2). 

(4) Subsections (2) and (3) do not apply to a candidate who, before 
the day referred to in subsection (2), actually withdraws the nomina- 
tion. 

(5) Within 14 days after the key date, the clerk shall send by regis- 
tered mail or deliver personally to every candidate for a corresponding 
old office a notice, 



(4) Les règles énoncées au paragraphe (5) s'appliquent à un candi- 
dat à un ancien poste qui ne dépose pas de déclaration de candidature à 
l'égard d'un nouveau poste conformément au paragraphe (1). 

(5) Les règles visées au paragraphe (4) sont les suivantes : 

1 . La période de campagne électorale du candidat prend fin le 60 e 
jour qui suit la date clé, et non selon ce que prévoit l'article 68 de 
la Loi. 

2. La déclaration de candidature à l'égard de l'ancien poste est 
réputée avoir été retirée le jour visé à la disposition 1. 

(6) Les paragraphes (4) et (5) ne s'appliquent pas à un candidat qui 
retire effectivement sa candidature avant le jour visé à la disposition 1 
du paragraphe (5). 

5. (1) Si les limites territoriales aux fins d'élection pour un ancien 
poste et celles établies pour le nouveau poste équivalent sont identiques, 
un candidat à l'ancien poste est réputé avoir été déclaré candidat au 
nouveau poste, à moins qu'il ne dépose une déclaration de candidature 
conformément au paragraphe 4(1). 

(2) Les règles énoncées au paragraphe 4 (2) s'appliquent à un 
candidat à l'ancien poste qui est réputé avoir été déclaré candidat au 
nouveau poste. 

6. (1) Si l'élection pour un ancien poste devait être tenue au scrutin 
général et que les conditions énoncées au paragraphe (3) sont remplies, 
un candidat à l'ancien poste est réputé avoir été déclaré candidat au nou- 
veau poste équivalent dans la municipalité où se trouve l'adresse habili- 
tante indiquée sur la déclaration de candidature originale du candidat, 
à moins qu'il ne dépose une déclaration de candidature conformément 
au paragraphe 4 (1). 

(2) Les règles énoncées au paragraphe 4 (2) s'appliquent à un 
candidat à l'ancien poste qui est réputé avoir été déclaré candidat au 
nouveau poste. 

(3) Les conditions visées au paragraphe (1) sont les suivantes : 

1. L'arrêté ou l'ordre de restructuration modifie les limites territo- 
riales de deux municipalités ou plus en prévoyant une annexion 
visée à l'alinéa a) ou b) de la définition de «restructuration» au 
paragraphe 25.2 (1) de la Loi sur les municipalités. 

2. L'arrêté ou l'ordre de restructuration ne prévoit pas un résultat 
visé à un autre alinéa de cette définition. 

7. Un candidat à un nouveau poste a le droit : 

a) de reporter, pour l'application de l'alinéa 79 (3) b) de la Loi, tout 
déficit accumulé à l'égard d'une campagne pour un ancien poste 
correspondant menée lors de l'élection ordinaire de 1994 ou 
d'une élection partielle tenue dans l'intervalle; 

b) de recevoir le versement, aux termes du paragraphe 79 (8) de la 
Loi, de tout excédent accumulé à l'égard d'une telle campagne. 

8. (1) Le présent article s'applique si, par suite d'un arrêté ou d'un 
ordre de restructuration, il n'est pas pourvu par voie d'élection aux 
nouveaux postes au sein d'un conseil local. 

(2) La période de campagne électorale de chaque candidat à un 
ancien poste correspondant prend fin le 60 e jour qui suit la date clé, et 
non selon ce que prévoit l'article 68 de la Loi. 

(3) Chaque déclaration de candidature à l'égard d'un ancien poste 
correspondant est réputée avoir été retirée le jour visé au paragraphe (2). 

(4) Les paragraphes (2) et (3) ne s'appliquent pas à un candidat qui 
retire effectivement sa candidature avant le jour visé au paragraphe (2). 



(5) Dans les 14 jours qui suivent la date clé, le secrétaire envoie par 
courrier recommandé ou remet en mains propres à chaque candidat à un 
ancien poste correspondant un avis qui : 



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(a) explaining the effect of the restructuring order on the 1997 
regular election in the municipality; and 

(b) advising that, 

(i) there will be no election for offices on the local board, and 



(ii) the candidate's election campaign period ends as described 
in subsection (2). 

9. (1) Sections 1 to 8 also apply, with the modifications set out in 
subsections (2), (3), (4) and (5), with respect to the 1997 regular 
election in the urban area of the City of Toronto incorporated by the City 
of Toronto Act, 1997. 

(2) Sections 1 to 8 shall be read as if, 

(a) references to a restructuring order were references to the City of 
Toronto Act, 1997; 

(b) references to new offices were references to offices on the 
council of the City of Toronto incorporated by the Ciry of 
Toronto Act, 1997; 

(c) references to old offices were references to offices on the 
Metropolitan Council under the Municipality of Metropolitan 
Toronto Act, on the council of an area municipality under that 
Act or on one of the following local boards, as the case may be: 



1. The Hydro-Electric Commission of the Borough of East 
York. 

2. The Hydro-Electric Commission of the City of North York. 

3. The Public Utilities Commission of the City of Scarborough. 

(3) The key date shall be deemed to be May 31, 1997. 

(4) The following shall be deemed to be substituted for subsection 
4(3): 

The rules set out in subsection 4 (2) also apply in respect of 
a candidate for an old office who files a nomination for a 
corresponding new office on or after April 21, 1997 but 
before the key date. 



(S) Any reference to the clerk in the Act or in this Regulation shall 
be deemed to be a reference, 

(a) before January 1 , 1998, to the person designated by the Minister 
under paragraph 2 of section 23 of the Ciry of Toronto Act, 1997; 



(b) on and after January 1, 1998, to the clerk of the City of Toronto 
incorporated by the Ciry of Toronto Act, 1997. 

10. (1) An individual, corporation or trade union that, during the 
1997 regular election, makes a contribution to a candidate for an office 
on the council of the City of Toronto incorporated by the Ciry of Toronto 
Act, 1997 may, on or after January 1, 1998, apply to the clerk for a 
rebate. 

(2) The application shall be made on or before June 1, 1998, unless 
the candidate's campaign period is extended under paragraph 4 or S of 
subsection 68 (1) of the Act, in which case the application may be made 
within 6 months after the date the receipt is issued. 



(3) The application shall be in Form 1. 

(4) The application shall include a receipt in Form 2 that is signed 
by or on behalf of the candidate. 



a) explique l'effet de l'arrêté ou de l'ordre de restructuration sur 
l'élection ordinaire de 1997 tenue dans la municipalité; 

b) informe de ce qui suit : 

(i) il n'y aura pas d'élection pour les postes au sein du conseil 
local, 

(ii) la période de campagne électorale du candidat prend fin 
selon ce que prévoit le paragraphe (2). 

9. (1) Les articles 1 à 8 s'appliquent également, avec les adaptations 
énoncées aux paragraphes (2), (3), (4) et (S), à l'égard de l'élection 
ordinaire de 1997 tenue dans la zone urbaine de la cité de Toronto 
constituée par la Loi de 1997 sur la cité de Toronto. 

(2) Les articles 1 à 8 s'interprètent comme si : 

a) les mentions d'un arrêté ou d'un ordre de restructuration étaient 
des mentions de la Loi de 1997 sur la cité de Toronto; 

b) les mentions de nouveaux postes étaient des mentions de postes 
au sein du conseil de la cité de Toronto constituée par la Loi de 
1997 sur la cité de Toronto; 

c) les mentions d'anciens postes étaient des mentions de postes au 
sein du conseil de la communauté urbaine au sens de la Loi sur 
la municipalité de la communauté urbaine de Toronto, au sein du 
conseil d'une municipalité de secteur au sens de cette loi ou au 
sein d'un des conseils locaux suivants, selon le cas : 

1. La Commission hydroélectrique de la municipalité d'East 
York. 

2. La Commission hydroélectrique de la cité de North York. 

3. La Commission des services publics de la cité de 
Scarborough. 

(3) La date clé est réputée être le 31 mai 1997. 

(4) Le paragraphe suivant est réputé être substitué au paragraphe 
4(3): 

Les règles énoncées au paragraphe 4 (2) s'appliquent 
également à l'égard d'un candidat à un ancien poste qui 
dépose une déclaration de candidature à l'égard d'un 
nouveau poste correspondant le 21 avril 1997 ou après cette 
date, mais avant la date clé. 

(5) Toute mention du secrétaire dans la Loi ou dans le présent 
règlement est réputée une mention : 

a) avant le 1 er janvier 1998, de la personne désignée par le ministre 
aux termes de la disposition 2 de l'article 23 de la Loi de 1997 sur 
la cité de Toronto; 

b) à compter du 1 er janvier 1998, du secrétaire de la cité de Toronto 
constituée par la Loi de 1997 sur la cité de Toronto. 

10. (1) Les particuliers, les personnes morales ou les syndicats qui, 
lors de l'élection ordinaire de 1997, font une contribution en faveur d'un 
candidat à un poste au sein du conseil de la cité de Toronto constituée 
par la Loi de 1997 sur la cité de Toronto peuvent, à compter du 
1 er janvier 1998, demander une remise de contributions au secrétaire. 

(2) La demande est faite au plus tard le 1 er juin 1998, sauf si la 
période de campagne électorale du candidat est prolongée aux termes de 
la disposition 4 ou 5 du paragraphe 68 (1) de la Loi, auquel cas la 
demande peut être faite dans les six mois qui suivent la date de 
délivrance du récépissé. 

(3) La demande est rédigée selon la formule 1. 

(4) La demande comprend un récépissé rédigé selon la formule 2 et 
signé par le candidat ou en son nom. 



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(5) A candidate referred to in subsection (1) is required to comply 
with subsections 78 (1) to (4) of the Act, despite subsection 78 (5) of the 
Act; the candidate shall include with the documents filed under 
subsection 78 (1) or (2) of the Act, as the case may be, a copy of the 
receipt issued for the contribution. 

(6) The clerk shall compare the receipt filed by the applicant and the 
copy filed by the candidate to ensure consistency. 

(7) The clerk shall pay the applicant a rebate in accordance with 
subsections (8) and (9) if the following conditions are met: 

1 . The application complies with subsections (2), (3) and (4). 

2. The candidate has complied with subsection (5). 

3. The clerk is satisfied that the receipt filed by the applicant and 
the copy filed by the candidate are consistent. 

4. The clerk is satisfied that the candidate has filed documents as 
required by section 78 of the Act by the relevant date, and that 
no such document shows on its face that the candidate has 
incurred expenses exceeding what is permitted under section 76 
of the Act. 

5. The clerk is satisfied that the candidate has paid any amount 
required by section 79 of the Act to the clerk by the relevant date. 

6. In the case of a contribution made on or before December 1, 
1997, the time for applying for a compliance audit under section 
8 1 of the Act in respect of the candidate's financial statement has 
expired. 

7. In the case of a contribution made after December 1, 1997 to a 
candidate whose election campaign period continues beyond 
that date, the time for applying for a compliance audit under 
section 81 of the Act in respect of the relevant supplementary 
financial statement has expired. 



(8) The rebate shall be calculated as follows, subject to subsec- 
tion (9): 

1 . If the contribution is $100 or less, the rebate is 75 per cent of the 
contribution. 

2. If the contribution is more than $ 100 but not more than $400, the 
rebate is $75 plus 50 per cent of the difference between the 
contribution and $100. 

3. If the contribution is more than $400, the rebate is the lesser of, 



i. $225 plus 33 V3 per cent of the difference between the con- 
tribution and $400, and 

ii. $350. 

(9) An applicant who makes contributions to more than one 
candidate may apply for a rebate in respect of each contribution, but is 
not entitled to receive total rebates amounting to more than the 
following maximums: 

1. If the total of the applicant's contributions to all candidates is 
$100 or less, the maximum is 75 per cent of that total. 



2. If the total of the applicant's contributions to all candidates is 
more than $100 but not more than $400, the maximum is $75 
plus 50 per cent of the difference between that total and $100. 



If the total of the applicant's contributions to all candidates is 
more than $400, the maximum is the lesser of. 



(5) Le candidat visé au paragraphe (1) est tenu de se conformer aux 
paragraphes 78 ( 1 ) à (4) de la Loi, malgré le paragraphe 78 (5) de la Loi, 
et il joint aux documents déposés aux termes du paragraphe 78 ( 1 ) ou (2) 
de la Loi, selon le cas, une copie du récépissé délivré à l'égard de la 
contribution. 

(6) Le secrétaire compare le récépissé déposé par l'auteur de la 
demande et la copie déposée par le candidat pour s'assurer qu'ils 
correspondent. 

(7) Le secrétaire verse à l'auteur de la demande une remise de 
contributions conformément aux paragraphes (8) et (9) si les conditions 
suivantes sont réunies : 

1 . La demande est conforme aux paragraphes (2), (3) et (4). 

2. Le candidat s'est conformé au paragraphe (5). 

3. Le secrétaire est convaincu que le récépissé déposé par l'auteur 
de la demande et la copie déposée par le candidat correspondent. 

4. Le secrétaire est convaincu que le candidat a, au plus tard à la 
date prévue, déposé les documents exigés par l'article 78 de la 
Loi, et qu'aucun de ces documents n'indique à première vue que 
le candidat a engagé des dépenses qui dépassent ce qui est 
autorisé par l'article 76 de la Loi. 

5. Le secrétaire est convaincu que le candidat a versé toute somme 
exigée par l'article 79 de la Loi au secrétaire au plus tard à la date 
prévue. 

6. Dans le cas d'une contribution faite au plus tard le 1 er décembre 
1997, le délai de présentation d'une demande de vérification de 
conformité en vertu de l'article 81 de la Loi à l'égard de l'état 
financier du candidat est expiré. 

7. Dans le cas d'une contribution faite après le 1 er décembre 1997 
en faveur d'un candidat dont la période de campagne électorale 
se poursuit au-delà de cette date, le délai de présentation d'une 
demande de vérification de conformité en vertu de l'article 81 de 
la Loi à l'égard de l'état financier supplémentaire pertinent est 
expiré. 

(8) La remise de contributions est calculée de la façon suivante, sous 
réserve du paragraphe (9) : 

1. Si la contribution est de 100 $ ou moins, la remise correspond à 
75 pour cent de la contribution. 

2. Si la contribution est supérieure à 100 $ mais non à 400 $, la 
remise correspond à 75 $ plus 50 pour cent de la différence entre 
la contribution et 100 $. 

3. Si la contribution est supérieure à 400 $, la remise correspond au 
moindre des montants suivants : 

i. 225 $ plus 33 l h pour cent de la différence entre la contribu- 
tion et 400 $, 

ii. 350$. 

(9) L'auteur de la demande qui fait des contributions en faveur de 
plus d'un candidat peut demander une remise à l'égard de chaque 
contribution. Toutefois, il n'a pas le droit de recevoir des remises dont 
le total dépasse les maximums suivants : 

1. Si le total des contributions faites par l'auteur de la demande en 
faveur de tous les candidats est de 100 $ ou moins, le maximum 
correspond à 75 pour cent de ce total. 

2. Si le total des contributions faites par l'auteur de la demande en 
faveur de tous les candidats est supérieur à 100 $ mais non à 
400 $, le maximum correspond à 75 $ plus 50 pour cent de la 
différence entre ce total et 100 $. 

3. Si le total des contributions faites par l'auteur de la demande en 
faveur de tous les candidats est supérieur à 400 $, le maximum 
correspond' au moindre des montants suivants : 



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i. $225 plus 33 '/ 3 per cent of the difference between that total i. 225 $ plus 33 '/ 3 pour cent de la différence entre ce total et 

and $400, and 400 $, 

ii. $350. ii. 350$. 

Form 1 

Municipal Elections Act, 1996 



To be printed on the back of the contributor's receipt. 



NOTE TO CONTRIBUTOR 

Only individuals normally resident in Ontario, corporations carrying on business in Ontario and trade unions holding 
bargaining rights for employees in Ontario may make contributions. The maximum contribution permitted is: 

- $2,500 for a candidate for mayor; 

$750 for any other candidate. 



APPLICATION FOR CONTRIBUTION REBATE 

To receive a rebate for contributions made on or before December 1, 1997, the contributor must complete and submit 
this application to the Clerk of the City of Toronto between January 1 and June 1, 1998. 

(If the candidate's campaign period continues beyond December 1 because of a deficit, the deadline for the 
application is also extended; it may be submitted within six months after the date the receipt is issued.) 

A rebate is payable only if the candidate has filed audited financial statements and complied with certain other 
requirements of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996 and the regulations made under it. 



(Please print except for signature and provide complete mailing address) 

I, 

the contributor named in the receipt, residing at 



(full mailing address including postal code) 
hereby make application for a contribution rebate. 



Signature of contributor 



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Formule 1 

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À imprimer au verso du récépissé du donateur 



AVIS AU DONATEUR 

Seuls les particuliers qui résident normalement en Ontario, les personnes morales qui exercent des activités en 
Ontario et les syndicats qui sont titulaires de droits de négociation pour le compte d'employés en Ontario peuvent 
faire des contributions. Les contributions maximales permises sont les suivantes : 

- 2 500 $ pour un candidat au poste de maire; 

750 $ pour tout autre candidat. 



DEMANDE DE REMISE DE CONTRIBUTIONS 

Pour recevoir une remise des contributions faites au plus tard le 1 er décembre 1997, le donateur doit remplir la 
présente demande et la présenter au secrétaire de la cité de Toronto entre le 1" janvier et le 1" juin 1998. 

(Si la période de campagne électorale du candidat se poursuit au-delà du 1" décembre en raison d'un déficit, le délai 
de présentation de la demande est également repoussé. La demande peut alors être présentée dans les six mois qui 
suivent la date de délivrance du récépissé.) 

Une remise de contributions n'est payable que si le candidat a déposé des états financiers vérifiés et s'est conformé à 
certaines autres exigences de la Loi de 1996 sur les élections municipales et de ses règlements d'application. 



(Écrire en caractères d'imprimerie, sauf la signature, et fournir l'adresse postale complète) 

Je, , donateur nommé sur le récépissé, résidant au 

(adresse postale complète, y compris le code postal) 
demande par la présente une remise de contributions. 

Signature du donateur 



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Form 2 

Municipal Elections Act, 1996 



O.Reg. 172/9 



RECEIPT FOR CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIPT NUMBER 



CANDIDATE FOR MUNICIPAL ELECTION IN THE CITY OF TORONTO 



NOT VALID FOR INCOME TAX PURPOSES 



Date accepted * 



Day Month Year 



Received from: 

1 Individual 



Date receipt issued 



Amount received 



Day Month Year 



I Corporation 




□ 



Trade Union 



Form of contribution: 



Cash (not exceeding $25)/cheque/money order 
*Date deposited in campaign account 



n< 



J Credit card 
*Date submitted for payment 



Goods/service 
*Date receivo 



Full name and address of contributor 



Name 



Address 



City 



Postal Code 



Name of office 



Signature of candidate 



Print - Name of candidate 



COPIES: Original to be given to the contributor 
Copy to be retained by the candidate 
Copy to be attached to the audited financial statement filed with the Clerk 

IMPORTANT - SEE REVERSE FOR CONTRIBUTOR'S APPLICATION FOR CONTRIBUTION REBATE 



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RÉCÉPISSÉ DE CONTRIBUTIONS A UNE CAMPAGNE 
ÉLECTORALE 



NUMÉRO DE RÉCÉPISSÉ 



CANDIDAT AUX ÉLECTIONS MUNICIPALES DANS LA CITÉ DE TORONTO 

INVALIDE A UX FINS DE L 'IMPÔT SUR LE REVENU 



Date d'acceptation * 
Jour Mois Année 



Date de délivrance du récépissé 
Jour Mois Année 



Montant reçu 



Reçu de : 

1 Particulier 



□ 



Personne morale 



1 Syndicat 



Forme de contribution 



n. 



J Espèces (maximum 25 $)/chèque/mandat-poste 
*Date de dépôt dans un compte de la campagne 
électorale 



D 



Carte de crédit 
*Date de présentation pour paiement 



Biens/services 
«Date de 
réception 



Nom et adresse du donateur 



Nom 



Adresse 



Ville 



Code postal 





Nom du poste 


Signature du candidat 


Caractères d'imprimerie - 


■ Nom du candidat 



COPIES : Original, à remettre au donateur 
Copie, à retenir par le candidat 
Copie, à joindre à l'état financier vérifié déposé auprès du secrétaire 

IMPORTANT - VOIR AU VERSO POUR LA DEMANDE DE REMISE DE CONTRIBUTIONS DU DONATEUR 



AlLeach 

Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Ministre des Affaires municipales et du Logement 






Dated at Toronto on May 12, 1997. 
Fait à Toronto le 12 mai 1997. 



22/97 



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O. Reg. 174/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 173/97 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: May 13, 1997 
Filed: May 14, 1997 

RESTRUCTURING COMMISSION 

FOR THE TOWN OF AMHERSTBURG, 

THE TOWNSHIP OF ANDERDON AND THE 

TOWNSfflP OF MALDEN 



Planning Area described in the Schedule and consisting of the Town of 
Sioux Lookout and the geographic Townships of Drayton, Jordan, 
Vermilion and Vermilion Additional and Grand Trunk Pacific Block 10 
in the Territorial District of Kenora. 

2. The Commission shall be composed of one member to be 
appointed by the Minister. 

3. (1) The following are the types of restructuring that may be 
included in the restructuring proposal to be developed by the 
Commission: 



1. A commission is established to develop a restructuring proposal 
for the locality comprised of the geographic areas of the Town of 
Amherstburg, the Township of Anderdon and the Township of Maiden 
within the County of Essex. 

2. The Commission shall be composed of one member to be 
appointed by the Minister. 

3. (1) The following are the types of restructuring that may be 
included in the restructuring proposal to be developed by the 
Commission: 

1. Amalgamating local municipalities or annexing to a local 
municipality a part of a local municipality. 

2. Dissolving all or part of a local municipality. 

3. Incorporating a local municipality. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not include a restructuring that results in, 

(a) any part of a county not being part of a local municipality; 

(b) any part of a local municipality being a part of a county if any 
other part of the local municipality is not part of that county; or 

(c) an increase in the number of local municipalities. 

(3) Subsection ( 1 ) does not include a restructuring of a municipality 
outside the locality described in section 1. 

4. The Commission is authorized to determine its costs and to 
apportion its costs among the municipalities in the locality described in 
section 1. 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on May 13, 1997. 

22/97 



1. Annexing unorganized territory to a municipality. 

2. Dissolving all or part of a local municipality. 

3. Incorporating a local municipality. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not include a restructuring that results in, 

(a) an increase in the number of municipalities; 

(b) territory becoming unorganized territory; 

(c) unorganized territory becoming part of a municipality that is 
incorporated under paragraph 3 of subsection 3 (1). 

(3) Subsection ( 1 ) does not include a restructuring of a municipality 
outside the locality described in section 1. 

4. The Commission is authorized to determine its costs and may 
charge these costs to the Town of Sioux Lookout. 

Schedule 

Beginning at the southeasterly angle of the geographic Township of 
Drayton; 

Thence northerly along the easterly boundary of that township and the 
easterly boundary of Grand Trunk Pacific Block 10 to the northeast 
angle of that Block 10; 

Thence westerly along the northerly boundary of that Block 10 to its 
northwesterly angle; 

Thence southerly along the westerly boundary of that Block 10 and its 
southerly production to the boundary of the Lac Seul Indian Reserve 28; 

Thence southeasterly and westerly following the boundary of the Lac 
Seul Indian Reserve 28 to its intersection with the northerly production 
of the easterly boundary of the geographic township of Vermilion 
Additional; 

Thence southerly along that production to the northeasterly angle of Lot 
A in Concession V of that Vermilion Additional; 



ONTARIO REGULATION 174/97 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: May 13, 1997 
Filed: May 14, 1997 

RESTRUCTURING COMMISSION 
FOR THE SIOUX LOOKOUT PLANNING AREA 

1. A commission is established to develop a restructuring proposal 
for the locality comprised of the geographic area of the Sioux Lookout 



Thence southwesterly and southeasterly along the westerly limit of that 
Lot A to its southeasterly angle; 

Thence southerly along the easterly boundary of that Vermilion 
Additional to the northeasterly angle of Lot A Concession V of that 
Vermilion Additional; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limits of Lot A in Concession IV 
to its southeasterly angle, being the eastern boundary of that Vermilion 
Additional; 

Thence southerly along that easterly boundary to the middle of Lost 
Lake; 



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Thence westerly along the middle of Lost Lake, passing to the north of 
an unnamed Island lying north of the community of Hudson, to the 
easterly production of the southerly boundary of the Lac Seul Indian 
Reserve 28; 

Thence westerly to and along that southerly boundary to its westerly 
boundary; 

Thence northerly along the westerly boundary of that Indian Reserve 28 
to the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Vermilion 
Additional; 

Thence westerly along the northerly boundary of that township to its 
northwest angle; 

Thence southerly along the westerly boundary of the geographic 
Townships of Vermilion Additional and Pickerel to the southerly 
boundary of the said Township of Pickerel; 

Thence easterly along the southerly boundary of the geographic 
Township of Pickerel to the easterly boundary of that geographic 
township; 

Thence easterly and in a straight line to the high water mark of the 
southwesterly bay of Loggers Lake; 

Thence northerly and in a straight line to the middle of East Bay of 
Minnitaki Lake; 

Thence easterly to the southwesterly angle of Concession V Lot 2 in the 
geographic Township of Drayton; 

Thence easterly along the southerly boundary of that geographic 
township to the point of commencement. 



2. (1) If any of the authority delegated to the council is in turn 
delegated by the council to a committee of council or an appointed 
officer under subsection 5 (1) of the Act, the council shall forward to the 
Minister a certified copy of the delegating by-law within 15 days of its 
passing. 

(2) The delegation of authority set out in this Regulation is not 
terminated by reason only that subsection (1) is not complied with. 

Schedule 1 

FILE NUMBERS OF APPLICATIONS FOR 
APPROVAL OF PLANS OF SUBDIVISION 

1. County of Bruce 



41-T-76107 
41-T-78131 
41-T-82002 
41-T-83002 
41-T-83004 
41-T-84001 
41-T-89003 
41-T-89005 
41-T-89008 
41-T-89009 
41-T-89010 
41-T-89013 
41-T-89015 
41-T-89016 
41-T-89017 
41-T-89018 
41-T-89020 
41-T-89022 
41-T-89023 



41-T-90001 
41-T-90002 
41-T-90003 
41-T-90007 
41-T-90013 
41-T-90010 
41-T-90015 
41-T-90018 
41-T-91005 
41-T-91007 
41-T-91008 
41-T-91009 
41-T-91011 
41-T-92001 
41-T-92002 
41-T-93001 
41-T-94001 
41-T-95001 
41-T-95002 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on May 13, 1997. 
22/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 175/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: May 13, 1997 
Filed: May 14, 1997 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF MINISTER 

TO APPROVE PLANS OF SUBDIVISION AND 

CONDOMINIUM DESCRIPTIONS 

1. The Minister's authority to give approval under section 51 of the 
Act as it read on March 27, 1995 and continued by section 74.1 of the 
Act is delegated to the councils listed in Schedules 1 and 2 with respect 
to, 

(a) applications for approval of plans of subdivision whose file 
numbers are set out in Schedule 1; and 

(b) applications for approval or exemption of condominium des- 
criptions under section 50 of the Condominium Act whose file 
numbers are set out in Schedule 2. 



2. County of Grey 

42-T-21944 
42-T-23265 
42-T-24875 
42-T-75095 
42-T-78038 
42-T-78058 
42-T-78061 
42-T-81006 
42-T-84002 
42-T-85008 
42-T-86007 
42-T-87007 
42-T-87011 
42-T-87012 
42-T-87014 
42-T-87016 
42-T-87017 
42-T-87018 
42-T-88001 
42-T-88002 
42-T-88003 
42-T-88008 



42-T-88009 
42-T-88013 
42-T-88017 
42-T-88019 
42-T-88021 
42-T-88026 
42-T-88029 
42-T-89005 
42-T-89009 
42-T-89013 
42-T-89014 
42-T-89019 
42-T-89021 
42-T-89023 
42-T-90002 
42-T-90004 
42-T-90005 
42-T-90007 
42-T-90008 
42-T-90010 
42-T-90011 
42-T-90012 



42-T-90013 
42-T-90015 
42-T-91001 
42-T-91009 
42-T-91011 
42-T-91012 
42-T-92002 
42-T-92003 
42-T-93001 
42-T-94001 
42-T-94002 
42-T-94004 
42-T-94005 
42-T-95001 
42-T-95002 
42-T-95003 
42-T-95004 
42-T-95005 
42-T-95006 
42-T-95007 
42-T-95008 



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3. County of Hastings 



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9. County of Victoria 



O. Reg. 175/97 



12-T-86008 
12-T-86012 
12-T-87001 
12-T-87006 
12-T-87014 
12-T-88019 
12-T-89002 
12-T-89005 
12-T-89009 
12-T-90001 



4. County of Huron 



40-T-25088 
40-T-78125 
40-T-80060 
40-T-84001 



12-T-90009 
12-T-90011 
12-T-90014 
12-T-92001 
12-T-92003 
12-T-92004 
12-T-93001 
12-T-95001 
12-T-96002 



40-T-86001 
40-T-88001 
40-T-88002 



16-T-77103 
16-T-77115 
16-T-78072 
16-T-79039 
16-T-81004 
16-T-83001 
16-T-85007 
16-T-87002 
16-T-87004 
16-T-87010 
16-T-88006 



16-T-88009 
16-T-88010 
16-T-88012 
16-T-88013 
16-T-89001 
16-T-89002 
16-T-89003 
16-T-89007 
16-T-89010 
16-T-90003 
16-T-90005 



16-T-90009 
16-T-91002 
16-T-91003 
16-T-91004 
16-T-92001 
16-T-92003 
16-T-92006 
16-T-92007 
16-T-93001 
16-T-93002 
16-T-93003 



10. County of Wellington 



S. County of I .amnion 



38-T-75074 
38-T-86011 
38-T-87003 
38-T-88001 
38-T-89003 
38-T-89009 
38-T-89010 
38-T-89017 
38-T-9O0O1 



6. County of Oxford 



32-T-24288 



7. County of Peterborough 



38-T-90OO4 
38-T-91003 
38-T-92003 
38-T-92004 
38-T-92005 
38-T-92006 
38-T-92007 
38-T-93002 



23-T-75335 
23-T-79087 
23-T-80039 
23-T-84005 
23-T-86007 
23-T-87005 
23-T-87017 
23-T-87018 
23-T-87022 
23-T-87023 
23-T-880O7 
23-T-88010 
23-T-88012 
23-T-88014 
23-T-88015 



23-T-88022 
23-T-88023 
23-T-88027 
23-T-89002 
23-T-89004 
23-T-89010 
23-T-89011 
23-T-89013 
23-T-89014 
23-T-90002 
23-T-90003 
23-T-90007 
23-T-90008 
23-T-90009 
23-T-90010 



23-T-90013 
23-T-90014 
23-T-90019 
23-T-90021 
23-T-90024 
23-T-90026 
23-T-91003 
23-T-92003 
23-T-92004 
23-T-92012 
23-T-92013 
23-T-94002 
23-T-94003 
23-T-95001 
23-T-96001 



15-T-84006 
15-T-84008 
15-T-84009 
15-T-85002 
15-T-85003 
15-T-86007 
15-T-86011 
15-T-87003 
15-T-88004 
15-T-88010 
15-T-88014 
15-T-88015 
15-T-88020 



15-T-89005 
15-T-89013 
15-T-89014 
15-T-89015 
15-T-90003 
15-T-90006 
15-T-90007 
15-T-90011 
15-T-90020 
15-T-91003 
15-T-910O4 
15-T-910O6 
15-T-910O8 



8. County of Prince Edward 



13-T-88002 



15-T-91010 
15-T-92001 
15-T-92003 
15-T-92004 
15-T-92005 
15-T-92007 
15-T-94001 
15-T-95001 
15-T-95002 
15-T-95004 
15-T-96001 



1 1 . Regional Municipality of Durham 



18-T-80035 



18-T-80069 



12. Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norf oik 



13-T-88004 



28-T-74250 
28-T-79148 
28-T-82003 
28-T-87003 
28-T-88003 
28-T-880O4 
28-T-88007 
28-T-89002 
28-T-89006 
28-T-89008 
28-T-89007 
28-T-89008 
28-T-89009 
28-T-89010 
28-T-89011 



28-T-89012 
28-T-89016 
28-T-90001 
28-T-9OO05 
28-T-90006 
28-T-90007 
28-T-90008 
28-T-90012 
28-T-90013 
28-T-90014 
28-T-91001 
28-T-91004 
28-T-91005 
28-T-91006 
28-T-91012 



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13. Regional Municipality of Niagara 20. City of North Bay 



1041 



26-T-22885 
14. City of Belleville 



26-T-76121 



48-T-830O4 
21 . City of Owen Sound 



48-T-85001 



12-T-84005 
12-T-87005 
12-T-88012 



12-T-88013 
12-T-88014 
12-T-88015 



42-T-9O003 
42-T-90006 
42-T-91002 



42-T-91005 
42-T-93002 



IS. CityofBrantford 

29-T-75055 
29-T-88019 
29-T-87007 



29-T-91002 
29-T-92002 
29-T-92008 



22. City of Peterborough 



15-T-75515 
15-T-870O6 



15-T-88023 
15-T-89009 



16. City of Chatham 



23. City of Pembroke 



36-T-81002 
36-T-89003 
36-T-90003 



17. City of Cornwall 



04-T-87001 
04-T-87006 
04-T-87009 
04-T-88001 
04-T-88004 
04-T-89004 



18. CityofGuelph 



23-T-77075 
23-T-86004 
23-T-87020 
23-T-88008 
23-T-880O9 
23-T-88013 
23-T-88018 



19. City of London 



39-T-78066 
39-T-79029 
39-T-79042 
39-T-84002 
39-T-86006 
39-T-87009 
39-T-87020 
39-T-88020 
39-T-88023 
39-T-88030 
39-T-88054 
39-T-89003 
39-T-89004 
39-T-89006 
39-T-89009 
39-T-89026 
39-T-89031 



36-T-90004 
36-T-91001 
36-T-90001 



04-T-89005 
04-T-90001 
04-T-90002 
04-T-92001 
04-T-93001 
04-T-93003 



23-T-90001 
23-T-90020 
23-T-93001 
23-T-93002 
23-T-93008 
23-T-93009 



39-T-89032 
39-T-89037 
39-T-90019 
39-T-91003 
39-T-91011 
39-T-92002 
39-T-92005 
39-T-92012 
39-T-92016 
39-T-92020 
39-T-92024 
39-T-93001 
39-T-93004 
39-T-93011 
39-T-94004 
39-T-94006 
39-T-94008 



47-T-76204 
47-T-90003 

24. CityofSarnia 

38-T-79015 
38-T-86002 
38-T-86004 
38-T-89001 

25. City of SaultSte. Marie 



57-T-86014 
57-T-87011 
57-T-88001 
57-T-88007 
57-T-88008 



26. City of Thunder Bay 

58-T-88006 
58-T-89005 
58-T-91005 
58-T-91006 
58-T-91007 

27. CityofTimmins 



56-T-86005 
56-T-87002 



28. City of Trenton 

12-T-85002 
12-T-85003 

29. City of Windsor 



37-T-89023 
37-T-89028 
37-T-92008 



47-T-90009 
47-T-93001 



38-T-89014 
38-T-90007 
38-T-90011 



57-T-88012 
57-T-88015 
57-T-89001 
57-T-89003 



58-T-92008 
58-T-92011 
58-T-92012 
58-T-92014 



56-T-87003 



12-T-89003 
12-T-90003 



37-T-92009 
37-T-92010 
37-T-92011 



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30. Town of Orange ville 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 

9. City of Brock ville 



O. Reg. 175/97 



22-T-85005 



08-CD-84002 



Schedule 2 



10. City of Chatham 



RLE NUMBERS OF APPLICATIONS FOR APPROVAL OR 
EXEMPTION OF CONDOMINIUM DESCRIPTIONS 

1. County of Bruce 



36-CD-89O03 
11. CityofGuelph 



41-CD-83001 
41-CD-89001 
41-CD-89003 



2. County of Grey 



42-CD-86001 
42-CD-87002 
42-CD-88002 
42-CD-890O4 
42-CD-90004 



3. County of Hastings 



12-CD-89001 



4. County of Victoria 



16-CD-89003 



5. County of Wellington 



41-CD-89004 
41-CD-90001 



42-CD-90005 
42-CD-91001 
42-CD-92001 
42-CD-93001 



23-CD-84001 
23-CD-90001 
23-CD-91001 

12. City of Kingston 

10-CD-86001 

13. City of London 



23-CD-91002 
23-CD-92003 
23-CD-92004 



39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 



86005 
86008 
86009 
87015 
88002 
88013 
88017 
88019 
88021 
88023 
88031 
88044 
88046 
88049 
89003 
89014 



39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 
39-CD 



89026 
89028 
89029 
90012 
91002 
91004 
91010 
92016 
92017 
93001 
93012 
94002 
94005 
94006 
94008 



23-CD-87O05 
23-CD-87006 



23-CD-89001 
23-CD-94001 



6. Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk 



14. CityofOrillia 



43-CD-91010 
43-CD-93004 



43-CD-93005 
43-CD-93006 



28-CD-92002 



28-CD-92003 



15. City of Pembroke 



7. Regional Municipality of Niagara 



47-CD-89001 



26-CD 
26-CD 
26-CD 
26-CD 
26-CD 
26-CD 
26-CD 
26-CD 



77028 
77029 
86003 
86007 
87007 
87010 
87012 
88008 



26-CD 
26-CD 
26-CD 
26-CD 
26-CD 
26-CD 
26-CD 
26-CD 



89005 
89009 
90015 
90001 
91003 
91011 
92001 
95002 



16. City of St Thomas 



34-CD-90001 



17. City of Thunder Bay 



58-CD-91003 



34-CD-91002 



8. City of Brantford 



18. City of Timmins 



29-CD-90004 



29-CD-90007 



56-CD-88001 



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19. City of Windsor 

37-CD-89004 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO O. Reg. 176/97 1043 

Schedule 1 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF DURHAM 
1. City ofOshawa 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



18-OP-2930 
18-OP-2930-024 



18-OP-2930-033 



Dated at Toronto on May 13, 1997. 



2. TownofAjax 



22/97 



18-OP-2593-022 
3. Town of Pickering 



18-OP-2593-033 



ONTARIO REGULATION 176/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: May 13, 1997 
Filed: May 14, 1997 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF 

MINISTER TO REGIONAL MUNICffALITTES: 

OFFICIAL PLANS AND AMENDMENTS 

1. The Minister's authority under section 17 of the Act as it read on 
March 27, 1995 and continued by section 74.1 of the Act with respect 
to official plans and amendments to official plans is delegated to, 

(a) the council of The Regional Municipality of Durham with 
respect to official plans and amendments to official plans for the 
local municipalities of The Regional Municipality of Durham 
whose file numbers are set out in Schedule 1; 

(b) the council of The Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk 
with respect to official plans and amendments to official plans 
for the local municipalities of The Regional Municipality of 
Haldimand-Norfolk whose file numbers are set out in Scheule 2; 

(c) the council of The Regional Municipality of Hamilton- Went- 
worth with respect to official plans and amendments to official 
plans for the local municipalities of The Regional Municipality 
of Hamilton-Wentworth whose file numbers are set out in 
Schedule 3; 

(d) the council of The Regional Municipality of Niagara with 
respect to official plans and amendments to official plans for the 
local municipalities of The Regional Municipality of Niagara 
whose file numbers are set out in Schedule 4; 



18-OP-0023-005 
18-OP-0023-013 

4. Town of Whitby 



18-OP-0023-032 



18-OP-0013-071 
18-OP-001 3-072 



18-OP-0013-012 
18-OP-00 13-063 

5. Township of Brock 

18-OP-2592 

6. Township of Scugog 

18-OP-2591 

7. Township of Uxbridge 

18-OP-2929-015 

Schedule 2 
REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF HALTON 
1. City of Burlington 



24-OP-0128-105 
24-OP-0128-108 

2. Town of Halton Hills 



24-OP-0128-142 
24-OP-0218-081 



(e) the council of The Regional Municipality of York with respect 
to official plans and amendments to official plans for the local 
municipalities of The Regional Municipality of York whose file 
numbers are set out in Schedule 5. 



2. (1) If any of the authority delegated to the councils in section 1 
is in turn delegated by the council to a committee of council or an 
appointed officer under subsection 5 (1) of the Act, the council shall 
forward to the Minister a certified copy of the delegating by-law within 
IS days of its passing. 

(2) The delegation of authority set out in this Regulation is not ter- 
minated by reason only that subsection (1) is not complied with. 



24-OP-0196 
24-OP- 11 96-004 

3. Town of Oak ville 

24-OP-0207-010 
24-OP-0207-012 

4. Town of Milton 

24-OP-0208 



24-OP- 11 96-005 
24-OP- 11 96-008 



24-OP-0207-013 
24-OP-0207-014 



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1044 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE /LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 

Schedule 3 

REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF HAMILTON- WENTWORTH 
1. City of Hamilton 



25-OP-0058 
2. City of Stoney Creek 

25-OP-0063 



25-OP-0058-027 



6. Town of Fort Erie 
26-OP-0066 



7. Town of Grimsby 
26-OP-0067 



8. Town of Lincoln 

26-OP-0068 

9. Town of Niagara on the Lake 



O. Reg. 176/97 
26-OP-4003-040 

26-OP- 1004-029 



3. Town of Ancaster 



26-OP-3 11 8-052 



25-OP-0059 

4. TownofDundas 

25-OP-0190-005 

5. Town of Flamborough 

25-OP-0066 

6. Township of Glanbrook 

25-OP-0064 

Schedule 4 

REGION OF NIAGARA 

1. City of Niagara Falls 

26-OP-2226-071 26-OP-2227-015 

26-OP-2226-202 



10. TownofPelham 
26-OP-3875-013 



26-OP-3875-014 



Schedule 5 
REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF YORK 



1. CityofVaughan 

19-OP-1500-210 
19-OP- 1500-350 

2. Town of Aurora 

19-OP-0026 

3. Township of King 

19-OP-0005-047 

4. Town of Markham 

19-OP-0015 
19-OP-0016 



19-OP-1500-400 
19-OP- 1500-450 



19-OP-001 6-005 
19-OP-0016-026 



2. City of Port Colbourne 

26-OP-0035-004 
26-OP-0035-032 

3. City of St. Catherines 

26-OP-0004-041 
26-OP-0004-074 

4. City ofThorold 

26-OP-0201 

5. CityofWelland 

26-OP-0105-071 
26-OP-0105-072 
26-OP-0105-076 



26-OP-0035-053 
26-OP-0035-054 



26-OP-0004-086 
26-OP-0004-094 



26-OP-0105-088 
26-OP-0035-054 



5. Town of Newmarket 

19-OP-9429 

6. Town of Richmond Hill 

19-OP-0182 
19-OP-0182-029 



19-OP-0182-030 
19-OP-01 82-046 



7. Town of Whitchurch-Stouff ville 

19-OP-0032 19-OP-0032-027 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on May 13, 1997. 
22/97 



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O. Reg. 179/97 1045 



ONTARIO REGULATION 177/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: May 13, 1997 
Filed: May 14. 1997 

Amending O. Reg. 5/97 

(Delegation of Authority of Minister — 

Quinte East-Northumberland Municipal Planning Authority) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 5/97 has not been previously amended. 

1. Schedule 2 to Ontario Regulation 5/97 is amended by adding 
the following file numbers of applications for approval of plans of 
subdivision: 



Schedule 1 
Blind River and Suburban Planning Board 



57-C-960016 
57-C-960017 
57-C-960025 



Espanola Planning Board 



52-C-960008 



57-C-960026 
57-C-96004I 



Schedule 2 



52-C-970006 



14-T-90017 



14-T-92002 



Schedule 3 



2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

2.1 Despite subsection 1 (1), the approval of the Minister under 
section 50 of the Condominium Act to approve or exempt a condomin- 
ium description is delegated to the Quinte East-Northumberland 
municipal planning authority with respect to an application with the Tile 
number of 14-CD-92001. 



Temagami Planning Board 



48-C-960006 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on May 13, 1997. 



Dated at Toronto on May 13, 1997. 
22/97 



22/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 178/97 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: May 13, 1997 
Filed: May 14, 1997 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF MINISTER 

TO GIVE CONSENTS UNDER SECTION 53 

OF THE ACT 

1. The Minister's authority to give consents under section 53 of the 
Act as it read on March 27, 1995 and continued by section 74.1 of the 
Act, 

(a) is delegated to the Blind River and Suburban Planning Board 
with respect to applications for consent whose file numbers are 
set out in Schedule 1 ; 

(b) is delegated to the Espanola Planning Board with respect to 
applications for consent whose file numbers are set out in 
Schedule 2; 

(c) is delegated to the Temagami Planning Board with respect to 
applications for consent whose file numbers are set out in 
Schedule 3. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 179/97 

made under the 
LOCAL SERVICES BOARDS ACT 

Made: May 14, 1997 
Filed: May 15, 1997 

Amending Reg. 737 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Local Services Boards) 

Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 737 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 34/97 and 73/97. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 

1. Subsection 18 (4) of Regulation 737 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(4) The Board may exercise the powers set out in paragraphs 1 to 6 
of the Schedule to the Act. 



Chris Hodgson 
Minister of Northern Development and Mines 



Dated at Toronto on May 14, 1997. 



22/97 






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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



ONTARIO REGULATION 180/97 

made under the 
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 



O.Reg. 180/9" 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 180/97 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES INFRACTIONS PROVINCIALES 



Made: May 14, 1997 
Filed: May 16, 1997 

Amending Reg. 950 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Proceedings Commenced by Certificate of Offence) 



Note: Since January 1, 1997, Regulation 950 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 109/97. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1996. 



pris le 14 mai 1997 
déposé le 16 mai 1997 

modifiant le Règl. 950 des R.R.O. de 1990 

(Instances introduites au moyen du dépôt d'un procès-verbal 

d'infraction) 

Remarque : Depuis le 1 er janvier 1997, le Règlement 950 a été 
modifié par le Règlement de l'Ontario 109/97. Pour les 
modifications antérieures, voir la Table des règlements 
qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1996. 



1. Items 141.1 and 175.1 of the French version of Schedule 43 of 
Regulation 950 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are 
revoked and the following substituted: 



1. Les numéros 141.1 et 175.1 de la version française de l'annexe 
43 du Règlement 950 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 199C 
sont abrogés et remplacés par ce qui suit : 



Numéro 


Colonne 1 


Colonne 2 


141.1 
175.1 


Utiliser improprement un feu vert à lumière intermittente sur un véhicule utilitaire 
Avoir un garde-boue irrégulier sur un véhicule utilitaire 


paragraphe 62 (16.1) 
paragraphe 66 (3) 



2. Schedule 43 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



2. L'annexe 43 du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction des 
numéros suivants : 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


69.2 


Obstruct plate preventing identification by toll system 


subsection 13(3.1) 


540.3 


Drive motor vehicle - toll device improperly affixed 


subsection 191.2(1) 


540.4 


Drive motor vehicle - no toll device 


subsection 191.2(1) 


540.5 


Drive motor vehicle - invalid toll device 


subsection 191.2(1) 


540.6 


Engage in activity to evade toll system 


subsection 191.3(1) 


540.7 


Engage in activity to obstruct toll system 


subsection 191.3 (1) 


540.8 


Engage in activity to interfere with toll system 


subsection 191.3 (1) 


540.9 


Use device to evade toll system 


subsection 191.3(1) 


540.10 


Use device to obstruct toll system 


subsection 191.3(1) 


540.11 


Use device to interfere with toll system 


subsection 191.3(1) 


540.12 


Sell device designed to interfere with toll system 


subsection 191.3 (4) 


540.13 


Offer to sell device designed to interfere with toll system 


subsection 191.3 (4) 


540.14 


Advertise for sale device designed to interfere with toll system 


subsection 191.3 (4) 


540.15 


Sell device intended to interfere with toll system 


subsection 191.3(4) 


540.16 


Offer to sell device intended to interfere with toll system 


subsection 191.3 (4) 


540.17 


Advertise for sale device intended to interfere with toll system 


subsection 191.3 (4) 



Numéro 


Colonne 1 


Colonne 2 


69.2 

540.3 
540.4 
540.5 


Cacher la plaque de façon à empêcher son identification par un système de péage 

Conduire un véhicule automobile avec un appareil à péage fixé incorrectement 

Conduire un véhicule automobile sans appareil à péage 

Conduire un véhicule automobile avec un appareil à péage non valide 


paragraphe 13 (3.1) 

paragraphe 191.2(1) 
paragraphe 191.2(1) 
paragraphe 191.2(1) 



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1047 



Numéro 


Colonne 1 


Colonne 2 


540.6 

540.7 

540.8 

540.9 

540.10 

540.11 

540.12 

540.13 

540.14 

540.15 

540.16 

540.17 


Exercer une activité dans le but de contourner un système de péage 

Exercer une activité dans le but de gêner le fonctionnement d'un système de péage 

Exercer une activité dans le but de nuire au fonctionnement d'un système de péage 

Utiliser un dispositif dans le but de contourner un système de péage 

Utiliser un dispositif dans le but de gêner le fonctionnement d'un système de péage 

Utiliser un dispositif dans le but de nuire au fonctionnement d'un système de péage 

Vendre un dispositif conçu pour nuire au fonctionnement d'un système de péage 

Mettre en vente un dispositif conçu pour nuire au fonctionnement d'un système de péage 

Annoncer la vente d'un dispositif conçu pour nuire au fonctionnement d'un système de péage 

Vendre un dispositif destiné à nuire au fonctionnement d'un système de péage 

Mettre en vente un dispositif destiné à nuire au fonctionnement d'un système de péage 

Annoncer la vente d'un dispositif destiné à nuire au fonctionnement d'un système de péage 


paragraphe 191.3(1) 
paragraphe 191.3(1) 
paragraphe 191.3(1) 
paragraphe 191.3(1) 
paragraphe 191.3(1) 
paragraphe 191.3(1) 
paragraphe 191.3(4) 
paragraphe 191.3 (4) 
paragraphe 191.3 (4) 
paragraphe 191.3 (4) 
paragraphe 191.3 (4) 
paragraphe 191.3(4) 



3. Item 333 of Schedule 43 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substitued: 



3. Le numéro 333 de l'annexe 43 du Règlement est abrogé et 
remplacé par ce qui suit : 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


333. 


Overweight vehicle-violate permit ...kg. 


subsection 121 (1) 




NUMERO 


Colonne 1 


Colonne 2 


333. 


Véhicule de poids supérieur à celui permis dans le certificat d'immatriculation ... kilogrammes 


paragraphe 121 (1) 



22/97 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L' ONTARIO O. Reg. 1 83/97 1 07 1 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1997—06—07 



ONTARIO REGULATION 181/97 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: May 1,1997 

Approved: May 14, 1997 

Filed: May 20, 1997 

Revoking Reg. 292 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Fees for Ministry Courses) 

1. Regulation 292 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
revoked. 



the case may be" in the second and third lines and substituting 
"business supervisory officer". 



John Snobelen 
Minister of Education and Training 



Dated at Toronto on May 1, 1997. 



23/97 



John Snobelen 
Minister of Education and Training 



Dated at Toronto on May 1, 1997. 



23/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 182/97 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: May 1, 1997 

Approved: May 14, 1997 

Filed: May 20, 1997 

Amending Reg. 309 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Supervisory Officers) 

Note: Regulation 309 has not been amended in 1997. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1996. 



1. Section 2 of Regulation 309 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 



2. The Minister shall issue a Supervisory Officer's Certificate to a 
person if the person applies for it and the Ontario College of Teachers 
certifies that the person meets the qualifications of a Supervisory 
Officer. 



2. (1) Section 2.2 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"The supervisory officer's qualifications program referred to in 
section 2 and" at the beginning. 



(2) Paragraph 2 of section 2.2 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "paragraphs 1 to 6 of section 2 or" in the fourth line. 



(3) Paragraph 4 of section 2.2 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "supervisory officer or business supervisory officer, as 



ONTARIO REGULATION 183/97 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: May 1, 1997 

Approved: May 14, 1997 

Filed: May 20, 1997 

LETTERS OF PERMISSION 

1. (1) The Minister may grant to a board a Letter of Permission for 
a period specified in the letter if the director of education or secretary 
of the board submits to the Ministry, in duplicate, an application in 
Form 1 or la together with evidence that, 

(a) the board has publicly advertised, on at least three occasions, a 
position for which a teacher is required under the regulations; 

(b) at least one advertisement was published in a daily newspaper 
having provincial circulation in Ontario; 

(c) at least one advertisement appeared during the 30 days 
preceding the start of employment; 

(d) seven days have passed since the date of the final advertisement; 
and 

(e) no teacher has applied for the position or no teacher who has 
applied for the position has accepted it. 

(2) The period for which a Letter of Permission is granted, 

(a) shall not exceed one year; and 

(b) shall not extend beyond the end of a school year unless the 
period begins after the end of a school year and ends before the 
beginning of the next school year. 

2. Regulation 297 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
and Ontario Regulations 34/91, 415/91, 243/92, 687/92, 559/93 and 
729/94 are revoked. 



John Snobelen 
Minister of Education and Training 

Dated at Toronto on May 1, 1997. 



269 



1 072 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L' ONTARIO O. Reg. 1 83/97 

Form 1 

Education Act 

APPLICATION FOR LETTER OF PERMISSION 

On behalf of 

(name of board) 

A LETTER OF PERMISSION is requested to employ 

(name in full) 
Social Insurance Number 

as a teacher of the division 

at school, 

from 19 to 19 



I certify and attach evidence that the Board has complied with section 1 of the Ontario Regulation 183/97, including a copy of the most recent 
advertisement of the position for which the Letter of Permission is required. 

Date 

Director of Education or Secretary of the Board 

LETTER OF PERMISSION IS HEREBY GRANTED 



Date 

(Name) 
Delegate of the Deputy Minister 

Formule la 

Loi sur l'éducation 

DEMANDE DE PERMISSION INTÉRIMAIRE 

Au nom du 

(nom du conseil) 

Une PERMISSION INTÉRIMAIRE est demandée pour l'emploi de : 

(prénoms et nom) 

dont le numéro d'assurance sociale est 

en qualité d'enseignant au cycl 



à l'école 



du 19 


au 19 




Je certifie et joins 
copie de l'annonce la 


la preuve que le Conseil s'est conformé à l'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 183/97. Vous trouverez également ci-joint 
plus récente du poste pour lequel la permission intérimaire est demandée. 


une 


Date : 








Le directeur de l 'éducation ou le secrétaire du Conseil, 






LA PERMISSION INTÉRIMAIRE EST ACCORDÉE PAR LA PRESENTE. 




Date : 








Le délégué du sous-ministre, 
(nom) 




23/97 


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1073 



ONTARIO REGULATION 184/97 

made under the 

ONTARIO COLLEGE OF TEACHERS ACT, 1996 

Made: May 1, 1997 

Approved: May 14, 1997 

Filed: May 20, 1997 

TEACHERS QUALIFICATIONS 

Definitions 
1. (1) In this Regulation, 
"acceptable university degree" means a degree that is, 

(a) granted by an Ontario university that is an ordinary member of 
the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, 

(b) granted by a Canadian university in a province other than 
Ontario that is an ordinary member of the Association of 
Universities and Colleges of Canada, and is a degree that is 
considered by the College to be equivalent to a degree referred 
to in clause (a), 

(c) granted by a university in the United States that is recognized by, 
(i) Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, 

(ii) New England Association of Schools and Colleges, 

(iii) North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, 

(iv) Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges, 

(v) Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, or 

(vi) Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 

and is considered by the College to be equivalent to a degree 
referred to in clause (a), and 

(d) granted by a university that is located in a country other than 
Canada and the United States and that is considered by the 
College to be equivalent to a degree referred to in clause (a); 

"appropriate supervisory officer" means, in respect of a teacher, the 
supervisory officer assigned by a board in accordance with the 
Education Act and the regulations under it or by the Minister to 
provide supervisory services in respect of the performance by the 
teacher of his or her duties under the Education Act and the 
regulations under it; 

"approved program" means a program approved by the College; 

"band" and "council of the band" have the same meaning as in the 
Indian Act (Canada); 

"candidate" means a candidate for any qualification granted in a 
Certificate of Qualification under this Regulation; 

"certificate of qualification" means a certificate of qualification 
referred to in subsection (2); 

"division" means the primary division, junior division, intermediate 
division or senior division, as defined in the Education Act; 

"general studies" means the courses developed from curriculum 
guidelines that are issued by the Minister for the intermediate 



division and senior division and listed under a heading other than 
"Technological Studies" in Appendix B to OS1S; 

"holds a degree" means, in respect of a candidate, that he or she has 
completed all the requirements for and has been approved for, the 
granting of a degree, regardless of whether or not the degree has been 
conferred; 

"OSIS" means the circular entitled "Ontario Schools Intermediate and 
Senior Divisions Program and Diploma Requirements" issued by the 
Minister including any document issued by the Minister in accord- 
ance with paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4 and 25 of subsection 8 (1) of the 
Education Act; 

"program of professional education" means a program approved by the 
College and conducted at a college, faculty or school of education in 
Ontario that includes, 

(a) a concentrated study of, 

(i) the primary and junior divisions, with or without a focus on 
the teaching of French as a second language, 

(ii) the junior division and one optional course from Schedule A 
that is in the intermediate division and a course related to 
grades 7 and 8 of the intermediate division, 

(iii) the intermediate and senior divisions including two optional 
courses from Schedule A, or 

(iv) technological studies, including a minimum of two optional 
courses from Schedule B at the basic level, or one optional 
course from Schedule B at the basic level and the other such 
course at the advanced level, 

(b) studies in education including learning and development 
throughout the primary, junior, intermediate and senior division, 

(c) teaching methods designed to meet the individual needs of 
pupils, 

(d) the acts and regulations respecting education, 

(e) a review of the curriculum guidelines issued by the Minister 
related to all of the divisions and a study of curriculum 
development, and 

(f) a minimum of 40 days of practical experience in schools or in 
other situations approved by the College for observation and 
practice teaching; 

"technological qualifications" means, in respect of a candidate for a 
certificate of qualification, an interim certificate of qualification or 
a certificate of qualification (limited, restricted), 

(a) the holding of the secondary school graduation diploma or the 
successful completion of courses that are considered by the 
College to be the equivalent of such diploma, 

(b) proof of his or her competence in the area or areas of technolo- 
gical studies selected as options in the program of professional 
education, and 

(c) one of, 

(i) five years of wage-earning, business or industrial experi- 
ence in the area or areas of technological studies selected as 
options in the program of professional education, 

(ii) a combination of education related to the area or areas of 
technological studies selected as options in the program of 



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professional education beyond that referred to in clause (a) 
and business or industrial experience in the area or areas of 
technological studies selected as options in the program of 
technological studies that totals five years, including at least 
two years of wage-earning experience, no less than 16 
months of which is continuous employment, or 

(iii) at least 3,700 hours of wage-earning experience and suc- 
cessful completion of a post-secondary education program 
acceptable to the College that includes at least 24 months of 
academic studies, if the wage-earning experience and the 
education program are related to the area or areas of techno- 
logical studies selected as options in the program of profes- 
sional education; 

"technological studies" means the courses developed from curriculum 
guidelines issued by the Minister and entitled "Broad-Based 
Technological Education, Grades 10, 11 and 12, 1995" and 
"Technological Studies, Intermediate and Senior Divisions, Part C: 
Ontario Academic Courses, 1987"; 

"university course" means a one-year university course beyond the 
Ontario Academic Credit level, or the equivalent of such one-year 
university course, where the course is part of a program leading to an 
acceptable university degree; 

"university credit" means a unit of recognition in respect of the 
successful completion of a university course, such that 60 such 
university credits are required to complete a four-year university 
program leading to an acceptable university degree. 



(a) has complied with section 2; 



(b) holds an acceptable university degree or qualifications the Col- 
lege considers equivalent thereto, or technological qualifica- 
tions; and 

(c) has successfully completed a program of professional educa- 
tion, 

the Registrar may grant to the candidate a certificate of qualification in 
the form provided for in the by-laws of the College, indicating the areas 
of concentration successfully completed. 

4. (1) An entry on a certificate of qualification in respect of a 
program successfully completed in Canada shall indicate by the 
language in which the entry is recorded whether the program was taken 
in English or in French. 

(2) An entry on a certificate of qualification in respect of a program 
successfully completed out of Canada shall indicate by the language in 
which the entry is recorded whether the qualification referred to is for 
teaching in schools and classes where English is the language of 
instruction or in French-language schools and classes established under 
Part XII of the Education Act. 

(3) Despite section 14, qualifications valid in French-language 
schools and classes established under Part XII of the Education Act are 
valid in French-language classes where the teacher may otherwise be 
assigned or appointed to teach according to subsection 19 (14) of 
Regulation 298 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 



(2) The following shall be two classes of certificate of qualification 
and registration: 

1. A certificate of registration, which shall set out the holder's 
membership relationship with the College. 

2. A certificate of qualification, which shall set out the holder's 
qualifications for teaching. 

PARTI 
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS 

2. A candidate for the certificate of qualification shall submit to the 
dean of a college or faculty of education or the director of a school of 
education in Ontario, 

(a) a certificate of birth or baptism, or other acceptable proof of the 
date and place of birth; 

(b) in the case of a candidate who is a married woman who wishes 
to have her certificate issued in her married name, a certificate 
of marriage or other acceptable proof that she is the person 
referred to in the certificate or other document submitted under 
clause (a); 

(c) a certificate of change of name where applicable; 

(d) evidence satisfactory to such dean or director of his or her 
academic or technological qualifications; 

(e) in the case of a person who was not born in Canada, the basis 
upon which the candidate is present in Canada; 

(f) proof of freedom from active tuberculosis. 

3. Where the dean of a college or faculty of education or the director 
of a school of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that a 
candidate, 



5. An entry on a certificate of qualification in respect of a program 
in International Languages shall specify which language was studied in 
the program. 

6. (1) Where the dean of a college or faculty of education or the 
director of a school of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that 
a candidate, 

(a) has complied with section 2; 

(b) is of native ancestry; 

(c) holds the requirements for a Secondary School Graduation 
Diploma or standing the College considers equivalent thereto; 
and 

(d) has successfully completed a program of professional education 
with concentration in the primary division and the junior 
division, 

the Registrar may grant to the candidate a certificate of qualification in 
the form provided for in the by-laws of the College. 

(2) The Registrar may grant to a candidate a certificate of qualifica- 
tion (limited) valid for one year for teaching in the primary division and 
junior division if the dean of a college or faculty of education or the 
director of a school of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that 
the candidate meets the qualifications of clauses (1) (a) to (c) and has 
successfully completed the first session of a program of professional 
education with concentration in the primary division and the junior 
division. 

(3) The certificate of qualification (limited) granted under subsec- 
tion (2) shall be in the form provided for in the by-laws of the College. 

(4) The Registrar may renew a candidate's certificate of qualifica- 
tion (limited) for one year for teaching in the primary division and 
junior division if the candidate submits to the Registrar evidence that 
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(a) holds a certificate of qualification (limited) granted under sub- 
section (2) that has expired or is about to expire; and 

(b) has an offer of a position as a teacher in the primary division or 
junior division from, 

(i) a board, 

(ii) a private school, 

(iii) the Provincial Schools Authority established under section 
2 of the Provincial Schools Negotiations Act, 

(iv) the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Develop- 
ment of the Government of Canada, or 

(v) a council of a band or an education authority, if the council 
of the band or the education authority is authorized by the 
Crown in right of Canada to provide education for Indians. 

7. (1) Where the dean of a college or faculty of education or the 
director of a school of education in Ontario at the time of making a 
report under section 3, 6, 8 or 1 1 is of the opinion from the information 
provided under section 2 by the candidate in respect of whom the report 
is to be made, that the candidate is not entitled under the laws of Canada 
to obtain employment as a teacher in Canada, the dean or director at the 
time of making the report shall so inform the Registrar. 

(2) Where the Registrar is informed as set out in subsection (1), the 
Registrar may refuse to grant the certificate referred to in section 3 or 
6 or in subsection 1 1 (2), as the case may be, or may withhold the 
certificate of qualification (limited) referred to in section 8 or its 
extension under subsection 11 ( 1 ), until the candidate provides proof to 
the Registrar that the candidate is entitled under the laws of Canada to 
obtain employment as a teacher in Canada. 

8. Where the dean of a college or faculty of education or the director 
of a school of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that a 
candidate, 

(a) has complied with section 2; 

(b) holds an acceptable university degree or qualifications the 
College considers equivalent thereto or technological qualifica- 
tions; and 

(c) has successfully completed the first session of a program of 
professional education, 

the Registrar may grant to the candidate a certificate of qualification 
(limited) in the form provided for in the by-laws of the College. 

9. Where a person who is the holder of a certificate of qualification 
(limited) granted under section 8 that has expired, or is about to expire, 
submits to the Registrar evidence that he or she has an offer of a position 
as a teacher from, 

(a) a board; 

(b) a private school; 

(c) the Provincial Schools Authority established under section 2 of 
the Provincial Schools Negotiations Act; 

(d) the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development of 
the Government of Canada; or 



(e) a council of a band or an education authority where such council 
of the band or education authority is authorized by the Crown in 
right of Canada to provide education for Indians, 

the Registrar may renew the certificate of qualification (limited) for a 
period of one year. 

10. For the purposes of section 1 1 , a person who holds a Temporary 
Elementary School Certificate or a Temporary Secondary School 
Certificate is deemed to hold a certificate of qualification (limited) 
granted on the date of his or her Temporary Elementary School 
Certificate or his or her Temporary Secondary School Certificate. 

11. (1) Where the dean of a college or faculty of education or the 
director of a school of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that 
a person who holds a certificate of qualification (limited), 

(a) has taught successfully for one school year in Ontario as 
certified by the appropriate supervisory officer; and 

(b) has successfully completed the second session of a program of 
professional education where such second session is not the final 
session of the program, 

the Registrar may extend the person's certificate of qualification 
(limited) for one year. 

(2) Where the dean of a college or faculty of education or the 
director of a school of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that 
a candidate who holds a certificate of qualification (limited), 

(a) has taught successfully in Ontario, as certified by the 
appropriate supervisory officer, for one school year after the 
granting of a certificate of qualification (limited) and after its 
extension where it was extended; and 

(b) has successfully completed the final session of a program of 
professional education, 

the Registrar may grant to the candidate a certificate of qualification in 
the form provided for in the by-laws of the College, indicating the areas 
of concentration successfully completed. 

12. An applicant for an interim certificate of qualification who 
completed a teacher education program outside Ontario shall submit to 
the Registrar with the application, 

(a) the items required to be submitted under section 2; 

(b) evidence of his or her academic or technological qualifications; 

(c) his or her teaching certificate and a transcript of his or her 
teacher education program; 

(d) a statement from the issuing authority that his or her teaching 
certificate has not been suspended or cancelled; 

(e) where the candidate is not a Canadian citizen or a permanent 
resident of Canada, evidence that the candidate is entitled under 
the laws of Canada to obtain employment in Canada as a teacher; 
and 

(f) such evidence as the Registrar may require of successful 
teaching experience in schools and programs similar to those for 
which the interim certificate of qualification applied for is valid. 

13. (1) Where an applicant for an interim certificate of 
qualification, 

(a) has complied with section 12; 



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(b) has successfully completed in a Canadian province other than 
Ontario a teacher education program acceptable to the College; 
and 

(c) holds the academic or technological qualifications required for 
a certificate of qualification, 

the Registrar may issue to the applicant a Letter of Eligibility in the form 
provided for in the by-laws of the College. 

(2) The Letter of Eligibility is valid for three years from its date of 
issue. 

(3) Where an applicant who holds a Letter of Eligibility granted 
under this section submits to the Registrar evidence that the applicant 
has an offer of a position as a teacher in Ontario from, 

(a) a board; 

(b) a private school; 

(c) the Provincial Schools Authority established under section 2 of 
the Provincial Schools Negotiations Act; 

(d) the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development of 
the Government of Canada; or 

(e) a council of a band or an incorporated education authority 
established by two or more bands where such council of the band 
or education authority is authorized by the Crown in right of 
Canada to provide education for Indians, 

and that the offer is subject to the applicant obtaining an interim 
certificate of qualification, the Registrar may grant to the applicant an 
interim certificate of qualification in the form provided for in the 
by-laws, valid for six years from the date of issue. 

14. (1) Where an applicant for an interim certificate of qualifica- 
tion, 

(a) has complied with the requirements of section 12; 



(v) a council of a band or an incorporated education authority 
established by two or more bands where such council of the 
band or education authority is authorized by the Crown in 
right of Canada to provide education for Indians, 

and such offer is subject to his or her obtaining an interim 
certificate of qualification; and 

(b) has successfully completed, subsequent to the date of such offer, 
an approved orientation program in English or French, as the 
case may be, for holders of Letters of Eligibility, 

the Registrar may grant to the applicant an interim certificate of 
qualification in the form provided for in the by-laws, valid for six years 
from the date of issue. 

16. The Registrar may grant an interim certificate of qualification, 
in the form provided for in the by-laws that is valid for a period of one 
year from the date of issue to a person who, 

(a) was the holder of a letter of standing that was issued under Parts 
I, II and IV of Ontario Regulation 295/73 and that had the force 
of an Interim Certificate referred to in subsection 28 (I); and 

(b) is not the holder of a certificate of qualification or an interim 
certificate of qualification and who is offered a position as a 
teacher by, 



(i) a board, 
(ii) a private school, 






(iii) the Provincial Schools Authority established under section 
2 of the Provincial Schools Negotiations Act, 

(iv) the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Develop- 
ment of the Government of Canada, or 

(v) a council of a band or an education authority, where such 
council of the band or education authority is authorized by 
the Crown in right of Canada to provide education for 
Indians. 



(b) has successfully completed outside Canada a teacher education 
program acceptable to the College; and 

(c) holds the academic or technological qualifications required for 
a certificate of qualification, 

the Registrar may issue to the applicant a Letter of Eligibility in the form 
provided for in the by-laws. 

(2) The Letter of Eligibility is valid for three years from its date of 
issue. 

15. Where an applicant who holds a Letter of Eligibility issued 
under section 14 submits to the Registrar evidence that the applicant, 

(a) has an offer of a position as a teacher in Ontario from, 

(i) a board, 

(ii) a private school, 

(iii) the Provincial Schools Authority established under section 
2 of the Provincial Schools Negotiations Act, 

(iv) the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Develop- 
ment of the Government of Canada, or 



17. (1) Where a person who holds an interim certificate of quali- 
fication granted under section 13, 15 or 16, that is still valid or that has 
expired, submits to the Registrar evidence that the person had, while the 
person was the holder of the interim certificate of qualification, at least 
ten months of successful teaching experience in Ontario as certified by 
the appropriate supervisory officer, the Registrar may grant to the per- 
son a certificate of qualification in the form provided for in the by-laws, 
indicating the areas of concentration successfully completed. 

(2) Where an interim certificate of qualification issued under 
section 1 3, 15 or 16 expires, the person who is the holder of the interim 
certificate of qualification is not eligible for another interim certificate 
of qualification. 

18. (1) Where a person who holds an interim certificate of quali- 
fication granted under section 13, 15 or 16 that has expired or is about 
to expire, submits to the Registrar, 

(a) evidence that the person had while the person was the holder of 
the interim certificate of qualification fewer than 10 months of 
successful teaching experience in Ontario, as certified by the 
appropriate supervisory officer; and 

(b) evidence that the person has an offer of a position as a teacher 
from, 

(i) a board, 



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(ii) a private school, 

(iii) the Provincial Schools Authority established under section 
2 of the Provincial Schools Negotiations Act, 

(iv) the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Develop- 
ment of the Government of Canada, or 

(v) a council of a band or an incorporated education authority 
established by two or more bands where such council of the 
band or education authority is authorized by the Crown in 
right of Canada to provide education for Indians, 

the Registrar may, despite subsection 17 (2), extend the period of 
validity of the interim certificate of qualification that has expired or is 
about to expire, as the case may be, for one year periods. 

(2) Where the Registrar extends the period of validity of an interim 
certificate of qualification under subsection (1), the interim certificate 
of qualification issued to the person shall be altered to indicate the 
extended period of validity. 

19. (1) Where the dean of a college of faculty of education or the 
director of a school of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that 
a candidate, 

(a) has complied with section 2; 

(b) is entitled under the laws of Canada to obtain employment in 
Canada as a teacher, if the candidate is not a Canadian citizen or 
a permanent resident of Canada; 

(c) is unable to undertake a program leading to the certificate of 
qualification by reason of impaired hearing; 

(d) holds an acceptable university degree or qualifications the 
College considers equivalent thereto; and 

(e) has successfully completed an approved program of teacher 
education for teaching the deaf, 

the Registrar may grant to the candidate a certificate of qualification 
(restricted) that is in the form provided for in the by-laws and valid in 
Ontario for teaching the deaf. 

(2) The Registrar may grant a certificate of qualification (limited, 
restricted) valid for one year for teaching the deaf to a candidate who 
has successfully completed an approved program of teacher education 
outside Ontario for teaching the deaf, if the candidate submits to the 
Registrar, 

(a) evidence that the candidate has complied with section 2; 

(b) evidence that the candidate is deaf or hard of hearing; 

(c) evidence that the candidate is a Canadian citizen or a permanent 
resident of Canada or is entitled under the laws of Canada to 
obtain employment in Canada as a teacher; 

(d) evidence that the candidate holds an acceptable university 
degree or qualifications that the College considers equivalent to 
an acceptable university degree; and 

(e) if the candidate is qualified to teach outside Ontario, 

(i) the candidate's teaching certificate and a transcript of the 
candidate's teacher education program, and 



(ii) a statement from the authority that issued the candidate's 
teaching certificate that the certificate has not been 
suspended or cancelled. 

(3) The certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) granted 
under subsection (2) shall be in the form provided for in the by-laws. 

(4) The Registrar may extend a certificate of qualification (limited, 
restricted) granted under subsection (2) for one-year periods. 

(5) The Registrar may grant a certificate of qualification (restricted) 
for teaching the deaf to a person who holds a certificate of qualification 
(limited, restricted) granted under subsection (2) if the person submits 
to the Registrar evidence of at least one year of experience successfully 
teaching the deaf in Ontario since the granting of the certificate of 
qualification (limited, restricted), as certified by the appropriate 
supervisory officer. 

(6) The certificate of qualification (restricted) granted under sub- 
section (5) shall be in the form provided for in the by-laws. 

20. Where the principal of a course leading to the additional quali- 
fication of Part I Special Education, or the dean of a college or faculty 
of education or the director of a school of education in Ontario, reports 
to the Registrar that a candidate, 

(a) holds one of, 

(i) a Diploma in Pre-School Education obtained at Ryerson 
Polytechnic University, 

(ii) a Diploma in Child Study obtained at the Institute of Child 
Study of the University of Toronto, or 

(iii) a Diploma in Early Childhood Education obtained at an 
Ontario college of applied arts and technology; 

(b) has complied with section 2; 

(c) has successfully completed the program for Part I Special 
Education including Part I of the Teaching Trainable Retarded 
option; and 

(d) is entitled under the laws of Canada to obtain employment in 
Canada as a teacher, if the candidate is not a Canadian citizen or 
a permanent resident of Canada, 

the Registrar may grant to the candidate a certificate of qualification 
(limited, restricted), in the form provided for in the by-laws, that is valid 
for one year for teaching in schools or classes for the trainable retarded. 

21. Where a person who is the holder of a certificate of qualification 
(limited, restricted) granted under section 20 that has expired, or is 
about to expire, submits to the Registrar evidence that he or she has an 
offer of a position as a teacher in schools or classes for the trainable 
retarded, the Registrar may renew the certificate of qualification 
(limited, restricted) for a period of one year. 

22. Where the principal of a course leading to the additional quali- 
fication of Part II Special Education, or the dean of a college or faculty 
of education or the director of a school of education in Ontario reports 
to the Registrar that a candidate, 

(a) holds a certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) granted 
under section 20; 

(b) has taught successfully for one year in Ontario in a school or 
class for the trainable retarded as certified by the appropriate 
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(c) is entitled under the laws of Canada to obtain employment in 
Canada as a teacher, if the candidate is not a Canadian citizen or 
a permanent resident of Canada; and 

(d) has successfully completed the program for Part II Special 
Education including Part II of the Teaching Trainable Retarded 
option, 

the Registrar may grant to the candidate a certificate of qualification 
(restricted), in the form provided for in the by-laws, that is valid for 
teaching in schools or classes for the trainable retarded. 

23. (1) The Registrar may grant to a candidate a certificate of 
qualification (limited, restricted) valid for one year for the teaching of 
a Native language as a second language if the dean of a college or 
faculty of education or the director of a school of education in Ontario 
reports to the Registrar that the candidate, 

(a) has demonstrated an acceptable degree of fluency in the 
Algonquian or Iroquoian language; 

(b) has complied with section 2; 

(c) has successfully completed the first session of an approved 
program for Teacher of a Native Language as a Second 
Language; and 

(d) is entitled under the laws of Canada to obtain employment in 
Canada as a teacher, if the candidate is not a Canadian citizen or 
a permanent resident of Canada. 

(2) A certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) granted under 
subsection (1) shall be in the form provided for in the by-laws. 

24. The Registrar may extend a candidate's certificate of qualifica- 
tion (limited, restricted) for one year for the teaching of a Native lan- 
guage as a second language if the dean of a college or faculty of educa- 
tion or the director of a school of education in Ontario reports to the 
Registrar that the candidate, 

(a) holds a certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) granted 
under section 23; 

(b) has submitted evidence of at least one year of successful teach- 
ing experience in a Native language as a second language, as 
certified by, 

(i) the appropriate supervisory officer, where the successful 
teaching experience was in Ontario and was not in a school 
operated on an Indian reserve, or 

(ii) the appropriate supervisory official, where the successful 
teaching experience was outside Ontario or in a school 
operated on an Indian reserve in Ontario; and 

(c) has successfully completed the second session of an approved 
program for Teacher of a Native Language as a Second Lan- 
guage after completing the experience referred to in clause (b). 

25. (1) The Registrar may grant to a candidate a certificate of quali- 
fication (restricted) for the teaching of a Native language as a second 
language if the dean of a college or faculty of education or the director 
of a school of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that the can- 
didate, 

(a) holds a certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) extended 
under section 24; 

(b) has submitted evidence of at least one year of successful 
teaching experience in a Native language as a second language, 



following the completion of the teaching experience referred to 
in section 24, as certified by, 

(i) the appropriate supervisory officer, where the successful 
teaching experience was in Ontario and was not in a school 
operated on an Indian Reserve, or 

(ii) the appropriate supervisory official, where the successful 
teaching experience was outside Ontario or in a school 
operated on an Indian Reserve in Ontario; and 

(c) has successfully completed the third session of an approved pro- 
gram for Teacher of a Native Language as a Second Language 
after completing the successful teaching experience referred to 
in clause (b). 

(2) The certificate of qualification (restricted) granted under 
subsection (1) shall be in the form provided for in the by-laws. 

26. (1) The Registrar may grant to a candidate a certificate of 
qualification (limited, restricted) valid for one year for teaching dance 
if the dean of a college or faculty of education or the director of a school 
of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that the candidate, 

(a) has complied with section 2; 

(b) holds a Secondary School Graduation Diploma or has qualifica- 
tions that the College considers to be equivalent to a Secondary 
School Graduation Diploma; 

(c) has successfully completed, before August 31, 1995, the first 
session of the program in Dance referred to in Schedule D; 

(d) is competent to perform in the areas of dance taught in elemen- 
tary and secondary schools; and 

(e) is entitled under the laws of Canada to obtain employment in 
Canada as a teacher, if the candidate is not a Canadian citizen or 
a permanent resident of Canada. 

(2) A certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) granted under 
subsection (1) shall be in the form provided for in the by-laws. 

(3) The Registrar may extend a candidate's certificate of qualifica- 
tion (limited, restricted) for one year for teaching dance if the dean of 
a college or faculty of education or the director of a school of education 
in Ontario reports to the Registrar that the candidate, 

(a) holds a certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) granted 
under subsection (1); 

(b) has submitted evidence of at least one year of experience suc- 
cessfully teaching dance in Ontario since the granting of the cer- 
tificate of qualification (limited, restricted), as certified by the 
appropriate supervisory officer; and 

(c) has successfully completed, before August 31, 1996, the second 
session of the program in Dance referred to in Schedule D. 

(4) The Registrar may grant to a candidate a certificate of 
qualification (restricted) for teaching dance if the dean of a college or 
faculty of education or the director of a school of education in Ontario 
reports to the Registrar that the candidate, 

(a) holds a certificate of qualification (limited, restricted) granted 
under subsection (1); 

(b) has submitted evidence of at least one year of experience 
successfully teaching dance in Ontario following the experience 
referred to in clause (3) (b), as certified by the appropriate 
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(c) has successfully completed, before August 31, 1997, the third 
session of the program in Dance referred to in Schedule D. 

(5) The certificate of qualification (restricted) granted under sub- 
section (4) shall be in the form provided for in the by-laws. 

27. The Registrar may grant to a candidate a certificate of qualifica- 
tion in the form provided for in the by-laws if the candidate submits to 
the Registrar evidence that the candidate, 

(a) holds a valid certificate of qualification (restricted); 

(b) holds an acceptable university degree or qualifications that the 
College considers equivalent to an acceptable university degree; 
and 

(c) has successfully completed an approved program of teacher 
education leading to qualifications in two areas of concentration 
in the primary division, junior division, intermediate division or 
senior division. 

28. (1) A person who holds one of the following certificates and 
who is, 

(a) a Canadian citizen; or 

(b) a British subject who was granted the certificate prior to 
September 1, 1973, 

is deemed to hold the certificate of qualification; 

1. First Class Certificate valid in Secondary Schools. 

2. High School Specialist's Certificate. 

3. Interim Elementary School Teacher's Certificate. 

4. Interim Elementary School Teacher's Certificate, Standard 1 , 2, 
3 or 4. 

5. Interim Elementary School Teacher's Certificate, Standard 1 , 2, 
3 or 4 (French only). 

6. Interim First Class Certificate. 

7. Interim High School Assistant's Certificate. 

8. Interim High School Assistant's Certificate, Type A. 

9. Interim High School Assistant's Certificate, Type B. 

10. Interim Occupational Certificate, Type A (Practical Subjects). 

11. Interim Occupational Certificate, Type B (Practical Subjects). 

12. Interim Primary School Specialist's Certificate. 

13. Interim Second Class Certificate. 

14. Interim Vocational Certificate, Type A. 

15. Interim Vocational Certificate, Type B. 

16. Occupational Specialist's Certificate (Practical Subjects). 

1 7. Permanent Commercial — Vocational Certificate. 

18. Permanent Elementary School Teacher's Certificate. 



19. Permanent Elementary School Teacher's Certificate, Standard 1 , 
2, 3 or 4. 

20. Permanent Elementary School Teacher's Certificate, Standard 1 , 
2, 3 or 4 (French only). 

21 . Permanent First Class Certificate. 

22. Permanent High School Assistant's Certificate. 

23. Permanent Occupational Certificate (Practical Subjects). 

24. Permanent Primary School Specialist's Certificate. 

25. Permanent Second Class Certificate. 

26. Permanent Vocational Certificate. 

27. Vocational Specialist's Certificate. 

(2) The Registrar shall grant to a person referred to in subsection (1 ) 
a certificate of qualification in the form provided for in the by-laws. 

(3) A person who holds an interim certificate referred to in subsec- 
tion (1) continues to be qualified to teach in accordance with the certifi- 
cate until the date to which the certificate is valid as shown thereon and 
the person may upon application be granted by the Registrar a certifi- 
cate of qualification in the form provided for in the by-laws. 

(4) Where a person who held a Letter of Standing granted before 
July 1 , 1978 submits to the Registrar evidence of at least 10 months of 
successful teaching experience in Ontario, as certified by the appropri- 
ate supervisory officer, in a division or subject for which the Letter of 
Standing is valid, the Registrar may grant to the person a certificate of 
qualification in the form provided for in the by-laws. 

29. (1) A person who holds one of the following certificates or 
Letters of Standing that was valid on July 1, 1978 but who was not 
qualified for an Ontario Teacher's Certificate under Regulation 297 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, as it read on the day before 
this regulation comes into force holds a certificate of qualification 
(restricted) indicating qualifications to teach in the classes schools and 
subjects that were indicated on the person's certificate or letter of 
standing: 

1 . Elementary Certificate in Teaching Trainable Retarded 
Children. 

2. Elementary Instrumental Music Certificate, Type A. 

3. Elementary Instrumental Music Certificate, Type B. 

4. Elementary Vocal Music Certificate, Type A. 

5. Elementary Vocal Music Certificate, Type B. 

6. Interim Second Class Certificate (French only). 

7. Interim Specialist Certificate in Instrumental Music. 

8. Interim Specialist Certificate in Vocal Music. 

9. Intermediate Certificate in Teaching Trainable Retarded 
Children. 

10. Intermediate Industrial Arts Only Certificate. 

1 1 . Intermediate Instrumental Music Certificate, Type A. 

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13. Intermediate Vocal Music Certificate, Type A. 

14. Intermediate Vocal Music Certificate, Type B. 

15. Letter of Standing (renewable). 

16. Permanent Letter of Standing (Renewable). 

17. Permanent Second Class Certificate (French only). 

18. Permanent Specialist Certificate in Instrumental Music. 

19. Permanent Specialist Certificate in Vocal Music. 

20. Specialist Certificate as Teacher of the Blind. 

21 . Specialist Certificate as Teacher of the Deaf. 

22. Supervisor's Certificate in Instrumental Music. 

23. Supervisor's Certificate in Vocal Music. 

24. Teacher of the Trainable Retarded. 

25. Temporary Certificate as Teacher of French to English-speaking 
Pupils in Elementary Schools. 

(2) Where the dean of a college or faculty of education or the 
director of a school of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that 
a candidate, 

(a) has complied with section 2; 

(b) is entitled under the laws of Canada to obtain employment in 
Canada as a teacher, if the candidate is not a Canadian citizen or 
a permanent resident of Canada; 

(c) holds or is deemed to hold a certificate of qualification 
(restricted) referred to in subsection (1); 

(d) holds an acceptable university degree or qualifications the Col- 
lege considers equivalent thereto, or technological qualifica- 
tions or, in the case of a candidate for a certificate of qualifica- 
tion valid for teaching in French-language schools and classes 
established under Part XII of the Education Act, a Secondary 
School Honour Graduation Diploma; and 

(e) has successfully completed approved programs with concentra- 
tion in two divisions, 

the Registrar may grant to the candidate a certificate of qualification in 
the form provided for in the by-laws, indicating the areas of 
concentration successfully completed. 

(3) A person who holds a Deferred Elementary School Teacher's 
Certificate or a Deferred First Class Certificate that was valid on July 
1, 1978 remains qualified to teach in the schools and classes for which 
he or she is qualified by the certificate and, upon submission to the 
College of evidence of completion of the academic requirements for an 
Interim Elementary School Teacher's Certificate or an Interim First 
Class Certificate, as the case may be, in force at the time the deferred 
certificate was issued, the Registrar may grant to the person a certificate 
of qualification in the form provided for in the by-laws. 



PART II 
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS FOR TEACHERS 

30. A session of a course leading to an additional qualification shall 
consist of a minimum of 1 25 hours of work that is approved by the 
Registrar. 

31. Where the dean of a college or faculty of education or the 
director of a school of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that 
a candidate, 

(a) holds or has been recommended by the dean or the director for 
a certificate of qualification, an interim certificate of qualifica- 
tion or a certificate of qualification (restricted); 

(b) holds an acceptable university degree or qualifications the 
College considers equivalent thereto; and 

(c) has successfully completed an approved program leading to 
qualifications in an additional area of concentration in the 
primary division, the junior division, the intermediate division 
in general studies or the senior division in general studies, or has 
qualifications that the College considers equivalent to the 
successful completion of such a program, 

the Registrar may have entered on the candidate's certificate of quali- 
fication such additional area of concentration. 

32. (1) Subject to subsection (2), where the dean of a college or 
faculty of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that a candidate, 

(a) holds or has been recommended by the dean or the director for 
a certificate of qualification or an interim certificate of qualifica- 
tion; 

(b) has successfully completed an approved program leading to 
additional qualifications in a subject listed in Schedule B, or has 
qualifications that the College considers equivalent to the 
successful completion of such a program; 

(c) in the case of a candidate for a qualification listed in Schedule 
B at the advanced level.has produced evidence of, 

(i) twelve months of business or industrial experience in the 
area of the qualification, 

(ii) academic experience that the College considers equivalent 
to 12 months of business or industrial experience in the area 
of the qualification, or 

(iii) a combination of academic, business and industrial experi- 
ence that the College considers equivalent to 12 months of 
business or industrial experience in the area of the qualifica- 
tion; and 

(d) has demonstrated competence in the area referred to in 
clause (c), 

the Registrar may have entered on the candidate's certificate of 
qualification the additional qualification in such subject. 

(2) An additional qualification may not be entered under subsection 
( 1 ) on the certificate of qualification in respect of such teacher, of a can- 
didate whose areas of concentration in the program of professional edu- 
cation that qualified him or her for the certificate of qualification were 
not in technological studies unless the candidate meets the require- 
ments of clause (c) of the definition of "technological qualifications" in 
subsection 1 (1). 

One-session Courses 

33. Where the principal of a single-session course leading to a quali- 
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tion or the director of a school of education in Ontario reports to the 
Registrar that a candidate, 

(a) holds or has been recommended by the dean or the director for 
a certificate of qualification or an interim certificate of qualifica- 
tion; and 

(b) has successfully completed an approved program leading to 
additional qualifications in a subject listed in Schedule C, or has 
qualifications that the College considers equivalent to the 
successful completion of such a program, 

the Registrar may have entered upon the candidate's certificate of 
qualification the additional qualification in such subject. 

Three-session Specialist Courses 

34. The Registrar may have entered on a candidate's certificate of 
qualification the Part I qualification in a subject listed in Schedule D if 
the principal of the first session of a three-session course leading to a 
specialist qualification in the subject, the dean of a college or faculty of 
education or the director of a school of education in Ontario reports to 
the Registrar that the candidate, 

(a) holds a certificate of qualification or an interim certificate of 
qualification; 

(b) has successfully completed an approved program leading to the 
Part I qualification; and 

(c) has an entry on the candidate's certificate of qualification that 
shows, 

(i) qualifications in the primary division, the junior division, 
the intermediate division in general studies or the senior 
division in general studies, in the case of Part I qualification 
other than Primary Education, Junior Education or Inter- 
mediate Education, 

(ii) an area of concentration for the corresponding division, in 
the case of a Part I qualification in Primary Education, 
Junior Education or Intermediate Education, or 

(iii) qualification in technological studies, in the case of a Part I 
qualification in one of the following: 

1. Actualisation linguistique en français / Perfectionnement du 
français (ALF/PDF) 

2. Computers in the Classroom. 

3. Co-operative Education. 

4. Design and Technology. 

5. English as a Second Language. 

6. Guidance. 

7. Media. 

8. Multiculturalism in Education. 

9. Music — Instrumental. 

10. Music — Vocal (Primary, Junior). 

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13. Special Education. 

14. The Blind. 

15. The Deaf. 

16. The Deaf/Blind. 

17. Visual Arts. 

35. Where the principal of the second session of a three-session 
course or the dean of a college or faculty of education or the director of 
a school of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that a 
candidate, 

(a) holds or is deemed to hold a certificate of qualification or an 
interim certificate of qualification; 

(b) has successfully completed the first session, or the equivalent 
thereof, of a course leading to an additional qualification in a 
subject listed in Schedule D; 

(c) has submitted evidence of at least one year of successful 
teaching experience in Ontario certified by the appropriate 
supervisory officer or of at least one year of successful teaching 
experience outside Ontario certified by the appropriate 
supervisory official; and 

(d) has successfully completed the approved program for the second 
session of the course after completing the experience referred to 
in clause (c), 

the Registrar may have entered upon the candidate's certificate of 
qualification the Part II qualification in such subject. 

36. Where the principal of the third session of a three-session course 
or the dean of a college or faculty of education or the director of a school 
of education in Ontario reports to the Registrar that a candidate, 

(a) holds or is deemed to hold a certificate of qualification or an 
interim certificate of qualification; 

(b) has successfully completed the second session, or the equivalent 
thereof, of a course leading to an additional qualification in a 
subject listed in Schedule D; 

(c) submits evidence of at least two years of successful teaching 
experience, including at least one year of experience in Ontario 
in the subject referred to in clause (b), certified by the 
appropriate supervisory officer and, if some of the experience 
was outside Ontario, by the appropriate supervisory official; and 

(d) has successfully completed subsequent to the experience 
referred to in clause (c) the approved program for the third 
session of such course, 

the Registrar may have entered upon the candidate's certificate of 
qualification the specialist qualification in such subject. 

37. Where the dean of a college or faculty of education or the 
director of a school of education in Ontario or the principal of a course 
reports that a candidate who does not hold a certificate of qualification, 

(a) holds a certificate of qualification (restricted) valid in Ontario 
for teaching the deaf only; and 

(b) has otherwise met the requirements of section 33, 34, 35, 36, 40, 
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the Registrar may grant to the candidate the appropriate additional 
qualification. 

38. (1) A teacher who holds or is deemed to hold a certificate of 
qualification and who, prior to October 1, 1978, began a Master of 
Education program that was approved by the Minister as leading to the 
Specialist Certificate in Guidance, may obtain the specialist 
qualification in Guidance by completing the requirements for such 
Certificate as they existed on June 30, 1978, and the Registrar shall, 
upon submission to the Registrar of evidence satisfactory to the 
Registrar of the completion of such requirements, have entered on such 
teacher's certificate of qualification the specialist qualification in 
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(d) has successfully completed subsequent to the experience 
referred to in clause (c) the approved program for the Honour 
Specialist qualification in the subject or subjects referred to in 
sub-subclause (b) (i) (B), 

the Registrar may have entered upon the candidate's certificate of 
qualification the Honour Specialist qualification in such subject or 
subjects referred to in sub-subclause (b) (i) (B). 

(2) A university credit that has been used to meet the requirements 
for an Honour Specialist qualification established by clause (1) (b) shall 
not be used to meet the requirements for another Honour Specialist 
qualification. 



(2) A teacher who holds or is deemed to hold a certificate of 
qualification and who, prior to October 1, 1978, began a Master of 
Library Science program that was approved by the Minister as leading 
to the Specialist Certificate in Librarianship, may obtain the specialist 
qualification in Librarianship by completing the requirements for such 
Certificate as they existed on June 30, 1978, and the Registrar shall, 
upon submission to the Registrar of evidence satisfactory to the 
Registrar of the completion of such requirements, have entered on such 
teacher's certificate of qualification the specialist qualification in 
Librarianship. 

39. A teacher who holds a special certificate in a subject listed in 
Schedule C, D or E, or a special certificate no longer issued, continues 
to be qualified in accordance with such certificate, and the Registrar 
shall have the additional qualification corresponding to such special 
certificate recorded on the teacher's certificate of qualification where 
the teacher holds or is granted a certificate of qualification. 

One-session Honour Specialist Course 

40. (1) Where the dean of a college or faculty of education in 
Ontario reports to the Registrar that a candidate for an Honour 
Specialist qualification in a subject or subjects listed in Schedule E, 

(a) holds or is deemed to hold a certificate of qualification or an 
interim certificate of qualification and the candidate's certificate 
of qualification has an entry showing qualifications in the 
primary division, the junior division, the intermediate division 
in general studies or the senior division in general studies; and 

(b) holds, 

(i) a degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science from an 
Ontario university in a program, 

(A) that requires four years of university study, or the 
equivalent thereof, to a total of at least 60 university 
credits, and 

(B) in which the candidate has obtained at least second 
class or equivalent standing in the subject or subjects 
in which the candidate seeks an Honour Specialist 
qualification, including, in the case of two subjects, at 
least 42 university credits therein and not fewer than 1 8 
university credits in each subject or, in the case of one 
subject, at least 27 university credits therein, or 

(ii) qualifications the College considers equivalent to the quali- 
fications referred to in subclause (i); 

(c) submits evidence of at least two years of successful teaching 
experience, including at least one year of experience in Ontario 
in the subject or one or both of the subjects in which the Honours 
Specialist qualification is sought, certified by the appropriate 
supervisory officer and, if some of the experience was outside 
Ontario, by the appropriate supervisory official; and 



(3) For the purpose of clause (1) (b), a university credit in 
Anthropology, Psychology or Sociology shall be deemed to be a 
university credit in Individual and Society. 

(4) Where the dean of a college or faculty of education in Ontario 
reports to the Registrar that a candidate for the Honour Technological 
Studies Specialist Qualification, 

(a) holds or is deemed to hold a certificate of qualification or an 
interim certificate of qualification; 

(b) has entries on his or her certificate of qualification indicating 
qualifications in at least, 

(i) three of the subjects listed in Schedule B including at least 
one at both the basic and the advanced level, or 

(ii) four of the subjects listed in Schedule B at the basic level and 
an entry indicating the Specialist qualification in one of the 
subjects in Schedule D listed in subclause 34 (c) (iii); 

(c) submits evidence of at least two years of successful teaching 
experience, including at least one year of experience in Ontario 
in technological studies, certified by the appropriate supervisory 
officer and, if some of the experience was outside Ontario, by the 
appropriate supervisory official; 

(d) holds a Secondary School Honour Graduation Diploma or has 
successfully completed the equivalent of one year's full-time 
study in a program in respect of which a Secondary School 
Graduation Diploma or its equivalent is required for admission; 
and 

(e) has successfully completed subsequent to the experience 
referred to in clause (c) the approved program for the Honour 
Technological Studies Specialist qualification, 

the Registrar may have entered upon the candidate's certificate of quali- 
fication the Honour Technological Studies Specialist qualification. 

(5) The entry on a candidate's certificate of qualification indicating 
that he or she has completed successfully the first session of a 
three-session course leading to the Specialist qualification in Design 
and Technology or Computer Studies - Computer Technology is 
deemed to be equivalent to one basic level entry for the purposes of 
clause (4) (b). 

41. (1) Where a teacher who completed prior to September 1, 1979 
the first session of a two-session course leading to an Interim Vocational 
Certificate, Type A or an Interim Occupational Certificate, Type A 
completes the requirements for such certificate as they existed on June 
30, 1978, the Registrar may have entered on the teacher's certificate of 
qualification the appropriate qualification. 






(2) Where a teacher who. 



(a) held an Interim High School Assistant's Certificate, Type A on 
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(b) completed at a college or faculty of education in Ontario prior to 
July 1, 1979 the requirements for such certificate as they existed 
immediately before July 1, 1978, 

completes the requirements for the High School Specialist Certificate 
as they existed immediately before July 1 , 1 978, the Registrar may have 
entered on the teacher's certificate of qualification the appropriate 
Honours Specialist qualification. 

42. A teacher who before May 20, 1997 held an Honour Specialist 
qualification in Latin or Greek shall be deemed to hold an Honour 
Specialist qualification in Classical Studies (Latin, Greek). 

Principals Qualifications 

43. (1) The Principal's Qualification Program shall consist of two 
one-session courses. 

(2) A teacher holds principal's qualifications if the teacher's certifi- 
cate of qualification has an entry for Part II of the Principal's Qualifica- 
tion Program. 

44. An applicant for admission to the Principal's Qualification 
Program must, 

(a) hold an acceptable university degree; 

(b) hold a certificate of qualification or interim certificate of 
qualification; 

(c) hold concentrations in three divisions including the intermediate 
division, as indicated on the applicant's certificate of qualifica- 
tion; 



(d) provide evidence of at least five years of successful teaching 
experience in a school providing elementary or secondary 
education, as certified by the appropriate supervisory officer or, 
in the case of experience outside Ontario, by the appropriate 
supervisory official; and 

(e) hold or provide evidence of one of the following: 

1. A Specialist or Honour Specialist qualification as indicated 
on the applicant's certificate of qualification and, 

(i) successful completion of at least half the number of 
courses required to qualify for a master's degree that is 
an acceptable university degree, or 

(ii) an additional Specialist or Honour Specialist qualifica- 
tion as indicated on the applicant's certificate of quali- 
fication. 

2. A master's degree or doctorate that is an acceptable 
university degree. 

3. Successful completion of such number of graduate univer- 
sity courses as is equivalent to the number of graduate uni- 
versity courses that are required to qualify for a master's 
degree that is an acceptable university degree. 

45. If the principal of a course leading to qualifications in Part I of 
the Principal's Qualification Program reports to the Registrar that a 
candidate has met the admission requirements of section 44 and has 
successfully completed the course, the Registrar may have the Part I 
qualification entered on the candidate's certificate of qualification. 

46. An applicant for admission to a course leading to qualifications 
in Part II of the Principal's Qualification Program must have an entry on 



his or her certificate of qualification showing qualifications in Part I of 
the program. 

47. If the principal of a course leading to qualifications in Part II of 
the Principal's Qualification Program reports to the Registrar that a 
candidate has met the admission requirements of section 46 or 51 and 
has successfully completed the course, the Registrar may have the Part 
II qualification entered on the candidate's certificate of qualification. 

48. Where the principal of a Principal's Development Course 
reports to the Registrar that a candidate, 

(a) holds principal's qualifications; 

(b) has two years of successful experience as a principal or vice- 
principal as certified by the appropriate supervisory officer; and 

(c) has successfully completed the Course, 

the Registrar may have entered on the candidate's certificate of 
qualification the Principal's Development Course qualification. 

49. A teacher who holds a High School Principal's Certificate, an 
Elementary School Principal's Certificate, a Secondary School 
Principal's Certificate, Type B, a Secondary School Principal's 
Certificate, Type A, a Secondary School Principal's Certificate or a 
Vocational School Principal's Certificate, whether such certificate is an 
interim certificate or a permanent certificate, remains qualified within 
the limitations of the certificate except that the interim qualification 
will not lapse after the five-year period of validity and such 
qualification shall be shown on his or her certificate of qualification. 

50. A teacher who holds an Elementary School Inspector's Certifi- 
cate shall be deemed to hold an Elementary School Principal's Certifi- 
cate. 

51. Despite section 46, a teacher who holds or who is deemed to hold 
an interim or permanent Elementary School Principal's Certificate, or 
who holds an interim or permanent Secondary School Principal's 
Certificate, Type B, an interim or permanent Vocational School 
Principal's Certificate, an interim Secondary School Principal's 
Certificate, or an interim Secondary School Principal's Certificate Type 
A, may be admitted to the course leading to qualifications in Part II of 
the Principal's Qualification Program. 

52. (1) Where a teacher held an interim Elementary School 
Principal's Certificate, an interim Secondary School Principal's 
Certificate, Type B, or an interim Secondary School Principal's 
Certificate, Type A, on July 1 , 1978 and completes the requirements for 
the permanent certificate that corresponds thereto as they existed 
immediately before July 1 , 1978, the Registrar shall have entered on the 
teacher's certificate of qualification the appropriate qualification. 

(2) A teacher who holds a permanent Secondary School Principal's 
Certificate, Type A or a permanent Secondary School Principal's 
Certificate is deemed to hold principal's qualifications. 

PART IV 
TEMPORARY LETTERS OF APPROVAL 

53. ( 1 ) The Registrar may grant to a board a Temporary Letter of 
Approval for a period specified in the letter if the director of education 
or secretary of the board submits to the Registrar, in duplicate, an 
application in the form provided for in the by-laws certifying that, 

(a) the board finds it necessary to assign or appoint a teacher to 
teach a subject or hold a position who does not hold the 
qualifications required by the regulations made under the 
Education Act for teaching the subject or holding the position; 
and 

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(i) holds a certificate of qualification, an interim certificate of 
qualification, a certificate of qualification (restricted), a 
certificate of qualification (limited), or a certificate of 
qualification (limited, restricted), and 

(ii) is considered competent to teach the subject or hold the 
position. 

(2) The period for which a Temporary Letter of Approval is granted, 

(a) shall not exceed one year; and 

(b) shall not extend beyond the end of a school year unless the 
period begins after the end of a school year and ends before the 
beginning of the next school year. 

PARTV 
QUALIFICATIONS OF SUPERVISORY OFFICERS 

54. In this Part, 

"acceptable university degree" means a degree from an Ontario 
university or post-secondary institution that is an ordinary member 
of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada or a 
degree that is equivalent thereto from a university other than such 
Ontario university or post-secondary institution; 

"Principal's Certificate" means a permanent principal's certificate; 

"university" means, 

(a) an Ontario university or post-secondary institution that is an 
ordinary member of the Association of Universities and 
Colleges of Canada, 

(b) a Canadian university in a province other than Ontario that is an 
ordinary member of the Association of Universities and 
Colleges of Canada, 

(c) a university in the United States that is recognized by, 
(i) Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, 

(ii) New England Association of Schools and Colleges, 

(iii) North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, 

(iv) Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges, 

(v) Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, 

(vi) Western Association of Schools and Colleges, or 

(d) a university that is located in a country other than Canada or the 
United States and that is a member of the association of 
Commonwealth Universities or the International Association of 
Universities. 

55. A person who meets the following qualifications shall have an 
entry recorded on his or her certificate of qualification or interim 
certificate of qualification indicating an additional qualification as a 
supervisory officer: 

1. The person has at least seven years of successful teaching 
experience in a school providing elementary or secondary 
education. 

2. The person holds a certificate of qualification or an interim 
certificate of qualification. 



3. The person holds qualifications to teach in the intermediate 
division and at least two other divisions that are indicated on the 
person's certificate of qualification. 

4. The person holds an acceptable university degree. 

5. The person holds a master's degree from a university. 

6. The person meets one or more of the following criteria: 

i. The person holds, 

A. an Elementary School Principal's Certificate, 

B. a Secondary School Principal's Certificate, Type A, 

C. a Secondary School Principal's Certificate, Type B, or 

D. a Secondary School Principal's Certificate. 

ii. The person holds a certificate of qualification indicating 
Part I and Part II Principal's Qualifications. 

iii. The person holds specialist or honours specialist qualifica- 
tions in one or more subjects and has, in addition to the expe- 
rience required by paragraph 1 , at least two years of success- 
ful experience as a teacher appointed by a board under 
section 17 of Regulation 298 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 to supervise or co-ordinate a subject or 
program or to act as a consultant for the teachers of a subject 
or program, as certified by the appropriate supervisory 
officer. 

iv. The person has, in addition to the experience required by 
paragraph 1 , at least two years of experience, 

A. as an education officer employed by the Ministry of 
Education and Training, as certified by a district 
manager or branch director of the Ministry of 
Education and Training, 

B. as an employée outside Ontario in a position that is 
equivalent in the Registrar's opinion to the position of 
supervisory officer of a school board, as certified by a 
person acceptable to the Registrar, or 

C. as a program consultant seconded to the Ministry for 
French language, English language or Native language 
programs, as certified by a district manager or branch 
director of the Ministry of Education and Training. 

7. The person has successfully completed the supervisory officer's 
qualifications program described in section 56 within five years 
after starting the program. 

56. The supervisory officer's qualifications program referred to in 
section 55 shall have the following features: 

1 . The program shall be provided by an organization or institution 
that has entered into a contract with the College to provide the 
instruction and arrange for the practical experience referred to 
in paragraphs 3 and 4. 

2. No person shall be admitted to the program unless the person has 
submitted proof to the organization or institution that provides 
the program that the person meets the qualifications set out in 
paragraphs 1 to 6 of section 55. 

3. The program shall consist of, 

i. four instructional modules, each consisting of at least 50 
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ii. one module consisting of at least 50 hours of practical 
experience in the workplace. 

4. The instructional modules shall provide instruction that, in the 
opinion of the Registrar, is relevant to the position of supervi- 
sory officer in the following subject areas: 

i. Statutes, regulations and government policies affecting 
education in Ontario. 

ii. Curriculum guidelines and other reference material pertain- 
ing to elementary and secondary education in Ontario. 

iii. Theories and practices of supervision, administration and 
business organization. 

PART VI 
REGISTRATION 

57. A person may apply for a certificate of qualification and 
registration by submitting to the Registrar a completed application in 
the form prescribed by the by-laws together with the fee prescribed by 
the by-laws. 

PART VII 
TRANSITIONAL 

58. The day prescribed for the purposes of subsection 62 (1) of the 
Act is May 20, 1997. 

59. For the purposes of subsection 62 (2) of the Act, on and after 
May 20, 1997 any person holding a qualification referred to in one of 
the following paragraphs shall be deemed to have been granted by the 
Registrar and to hold the corresponding certificate of qualification 
under this Regulation containing the same terms, conditions or 
limitations: 

1. Regulation 297 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 

2. Ontario Teacher's Qualifications Record Cards. 

3. Any other records of qualification held by the Ministry of 
Education and Training. 

60. Any person who is deemed under subsection 63 ( 1 ) of the Act to 
have fulfilled the requirements for the issuance of a particular 
certificate of qualification shall be issued that certificate containing the 
same terms, conditions and limitations that would have applied to their 
qualifications referred to in paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of section 59 before 
May 20, 1997. 

Schedule A 

INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR DIVISION OPTIONS 
TAKEN IN ENGLISH OR FRENCH 



Business Studies — Accounting 

Business Studies — Data Processing 

Business Studies — Marketing and Merchandising 

Business Studies — Information Management 

Classical Studies — Greek 

Classical Studies — Latin 

Computer Science 

Dance 

Design and Technology 

Dramatic Arts 

Economics 



English (First language) 

English (Second language) — anglais 

Environmental Science 

Family Studies 

French (Second language) 

French (First language) — français 

Geography 

History 

Individual and Society 

International Languages 

Law 

Mathematics 

Music — Instrumental 

Music — Vocal 

Native Language (Second language) 

Native Studies 

Politics 

Physical and Health Education 

Religious Education 

Science — General 

Science — Biology 

Science — Chemistry 

Science — Geology 

Science — Physics 

Visual Arts 

Schedule B 

TECHNOLOGICAL STUDIES OPTIONS 
TAKEN IN ENGLISH OR FRENCH 



BASIC LEVEL 



ADVANCED LEVEL 



Communications Technology Communications Technology 



Construction Technology 
Hospitality Services 
Manufacturing Technology 
Personal Services 
Technological Design 
Transportation Technology 



Construction Technology 
Hospitality Services 
Manufacturing Technology 
Personal Services 
Technological Design 
Transportation Technology 

Schedule C 



ONE-SESSION QUALIFICATIONS TAKEN IN 
ENGLISH OR FRENCH 

Adult Education 

Associate Teacher 

Childhood Education 

Childhood Education in Great Britain 

Community School Development 

Computer Studies — Computer Technology 

Driver Education Instructor 

Integrated Arts 

Law 

Preschool Deaf Education 

Teaching Children with Language Difficulties - Aphasia 

Teacher of Crée 

Teacher of Mohawk 

Teacher of Native Children 

Teacher of Ojibway 

Teaching Writing 



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THREE SESSION QUALIFICATIONS 
TAKEN IN ENGLISH OR FRENCH 



Actualisation linguistic en français / Perfectionnement du français 

(ACF/PDF) 

Business Studies — Accounting 

Business Studies — Data Processing 

Business Studies — Entrepreneurship Studies 

Business Studies — Marketing and Merchandising 

Business Studies — Information Management 

Computer Studies — Computer Science 

Computers in the Classroom 

Co-operative Education 

Dance 

Design and Technology 

Dramatic Arts 

English as a Second Language 

Environmental Science 

Family Studies 

French as a Second Language 

Guidance 

Intermediate Education 

International Languages 

Junior Education 

Librarianship 

Mathematics in Primary and Junior Education 

Media 

Multiculturalism in Education 

Music — Instrumental 

Music — Vocal (Primary, Junior) 

Music — Vocal (Intermediate, Senior) 

Native Language as a Second Language 

Physical and Health Education (Primary, Junior) 

Physical and Health Education (Intermediate, Senior) 

Primary Education 

Reading 

Religious Education 

Science in Primary and Junior Education 

Special Education 

The Blind 

The Deaf 

The Deaf/Blind 

Visual Arts 

Schedule E 

HONOUR SPECIALIST QUALIFICATIONS 
TAKEN IN ENGLISH OR FRENCH 



Biology 

Business Studies 

Chemistry 

Classical Studies (Latin, Greek) 

Computer Science 

Contemporary Studies 

Dance 

Dramatic Arts 

English (First language) 



English (Second language) - anglais 

Environmental Science 

Family Studies 

French (Second language) 

French (First language) - français 

Geography 

Geology 

History 

International Languages 

Mathematics 

Music 

Physical and Health Education 

Physics 

Religious Education 

Science 

Visual Arts 



The Council of the Ontario College of Teachers: 



C. Edward Medland 
Chair 



Dated at Toronto on May 1, 1997. 
23/97 



ONTARIO REGULATION 185/97 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: May 14, 1997 
Filed: May 20, 1997 

ESTABLISHMENT AND AREAS OF JURISDICTION 
OF DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARDS 

1. Thirty-one English-language public district school boards are 
established. 

2. The name of each English-language public district school board 

is "English-language Public District School Board No. " (inserting a 

number between 1 and 29 or a combination of numbers and letters as set 
out in each paragraph of section 3). 

3. The following are the areas of jurisdiction of the English- 
language public district school boards: 

1. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 1 consists of, 

i. in the Territorial District of Algoma, the geographic 
townships of Ebbs and Templeton, 

ii. in the Territorial District of Cochrane, 

A. the City of Timmins, 

B. the Towns of Cochrane, Hearst, Iroquois Falls, Kapus- 
kasing and Smooth Rock Falls, 

C. the Townships of Glackmeyer, Mattice-Val Cote, 
Moonbeam, Opasatika and Val Rita-Harty, 



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D. the portion of the Township of Black River-Matheson 
that on December 31, 1996 was not part of the 
geographic townships of Barnet, Frecheville, Garrison, 
Harker, Holloway, Lamplugh, Marriott, McCool, 
Michaud, Rand or Stoughton, 

E. the portion of the Township of Fauquier-Strickland that 
on December 31, 1996 was not part of the geographic 
townships of Beardmore, Carmichael, MacVicar or 
Stringer, 

F. the geographic townships of Aurora, Barker, Blount, 
Brewer, Calder, Casgrain, Clute, Colquhoun, Fournier, 
Fox, Hanlan, Hanna, Irish, Kendall, Kennedy, 
Lamarche, Landry, Leitch, Lowther, McCowan, 
Mortimer, Nansen, Newmarket, O'Brien, Ottaway, 
Pyne, St. John, Stimson, Stoddard, Studholme, Teefy 
and Way, 

G. the portion of the geographic township of Benoit that 
is not part of the Township of Black River-Matheson, 

H. the portion of the geographic township of Haggart that 
is not part of the Township of Fauquier-Strickland, and 

I. the portion of the geographic township of Owens that 
is not part of the Township of Val Rita-Harty, 

iii. in the Territorial District of Nipissing, 

A. the Township of Temagami, and 

B. the geographic townships of Askin, Aston, Banting, 
Belfast, Best, Briggs, Canton, Cassels, Chambers, 
Cynthia, Eldridge, Flett, Gladman, Gooderham, 
Hammell, Hartle, Hobbs, Joan, Kenny, Law, Le Roche, 
McCallum, McLaren, Milne, Olive, Phyllis, Riddell, 
Sisk, Thistle, Torrington, Vogt and Yates, and 

iv. in the Territorial District of Timiskaming, 

A. the Towns of Charlton, Cobalt, Englehart, Haileybury, 
Kirkland Lake, Latchford and New Liskeard, 

B. the Village of Thornloe, 

C. the Townships of Armstrong, Brethour, Casey, 
Chamberlain, Coleman, Dack, Dymond, Evanturel, 
Gauthier, Harley, Harris, Hilliard, Hudson, James, 
Kerns, Larder Lake, Matachewan and McGarry, and 

D. the geographic townships of Auld, Barber, Barr, Bayly, 
Beauchamp, Boston, Brigstocke, Bryce, Cane, 
Catharine, Chown, Coleman, Corkill, Davidson, Eby, 
Fair, Firstbrook, Gillies Limit, Grenfell, Haultain, 
Henwood, Ingram, Kittson, Lawson, Lebel, Lorrain, 
Lundy, Maisonville, Marquis, Marter, McElroy, 
Mickle, Milner, Mulligan, Nicol, Otto, Pacaud, Pense, 
Roadhouse, Robillard, Savard, Sharpe, Smyth, South 
Lorrain, Truax, Tudhope, Willet and Willison. 

2. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 2 consists of, 

i. in the Territorial District of Algoma, 

A. the Cities of Elliot Lake and Sault Ste. Marie, 

B. the towns of Blind River, Bruce Mines and Thessalon, 



C. the Villages of Hilton Beach and Iron Bridge, 

D. the Townships of Day and Bright Additional, 
Dubreuilville, Hilton, Hornepayne, Jocelyn, Johnson, 
Laird, Michipicoten, Plummer Additional, Prince, 
Shedden, St. Joseph, The North Shore, Thessalon, 
Thompson and White River, 

E. the Township of MacDonald, Meredith and Aberdeen 
Additional, 

F. the Township of Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional, 

G. the geographic townships of Aberdeen, Archibald, 
Aweres, Bridgland, Bright, Chenard, Cobden, Dennis, 
Déroche, Dunphy, Esquega, Fenwick, Fiddler, Finon, 
Fisher, Galbraith, Gaudette, Gladstone, Gould, Grasett, 
Haughton, Havilland, Herrick, Hodgins, Home, 
Huotari, Jarvis, Jogues, Juillette, Kamichisitit, Kars, 
Kincaid, Kirkwood, Ley, Mack, McMahon, 
Montgomery, Morin, Nouvel, Parkinson, Patton, 
Peever, Pennefather, Rix, Rose, Ryan, Scarfe, Shields, 
Slater, Tilley, Timmermans, Tupper, VanKoughnet and 
Wells, 

H. the portion of the geographic township of Striker not 
included in the Township of The North Shore, 

I. all the islands in the North Channel of Lake Huron 
lying south of the geographic townships of Bright, 
Cobden, and the portion of Striker that is not part of the 
Township of The North Shore, and 

J. the mining locations known as Montreal Mining 
Southern Location, Montreal Mining Northern 
Location, A. McDonnell Mining Location, Kincaid 
Mining Locations 5, 6, 7 and 8 and Rankin Mining 
Location, and 

ii. in the Territorial District of Sudbury, 

A. The Township of Chapleau, and 

B. the geographic townships of Caverley, Chapleau, de 
Gaulle, Eisenhower, Gallagher, Genier, Halsey, Kaplan 
and Panel. 

3. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 3 consists of, 

i. in the Territorial District of Manitoulin, all of the said 
territorial district except the geographic townships of 
Carlyle, Humboldt and Killarney, and 

ii. in the Territorial District of Sudbury, 

A. The Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 

B. the Towns of Espanola, Massey and Webbwood, 

C. the Townships of Baldwin, Hagar, Nairn and The 
Spanish River, 

D. the Township of Casimir, Jennings and Appleby, 

E. the Township of Cosby, Mason and Martland, 

F. the Township of Ratter and Dunnet, 

G. the portion of the geographic township of Hyman that 
is not part of The Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 



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H. the geographic townships of Allen, Awrey, Bigwood, 
Burwash, Cartier, Cascaden, Cherriman, Cleland, Cox, 
Curtin, Davis, Delamere, Foster, Foy, Gough, Haddo, 
Hart, Harty, Hawley, Hendrie, Henry, Hess, Hoskin. 
Janes, Laura, Loughrin, McKinnon, Merritt, 
Moncrieff, Mongowin, Roosevelt, Scadding, Scollard, 
Secord, Servos, Shakespeare, Street, and Truman, and 

I. the portions of the geographic townships of Dill, 
Dryden, Eden, Tilton and Trill that are not part of The 
Regional Municipality of Sudbury. 

The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 4 consists of, 

i. in the Territorial District of Nipissing, 

A. the City of North Bay, 

B. the Towns of Cache Bay, Kearney, Mattawa and 
Sturgeon Falls, 

C. the Townships of Bonfield, Caldwell, Calvin, 
Chisholm, East Ferris, Field, Mattawan, Papineau- 
Cameron and Springer, 

D. the geographic townships of Badgerow, Bastedo, 
Beaucage, Blyth, Boyd, Clarkson, Commanda, Crerar, 
Deacon, Eddy, Falconer, French, Gibbons, Grant, 
Hugel, Jocko, Kirkpatrick, Lauder, Loudon, Lyman, 
Macpherson, Merrick, Notman, Pedley, Pentland, 
Phelps, Poitras and Wyse, 

ii. the Territorial District of Parry Sound, and 

iii. in the District Municipality of Muskoka, the Freeman Ward 
of the Township of Georgian Bay. 

The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 5A consists of, in the Territorial District of 
Kenora, 

A. the Towns of Dryden, Jaffray Melick, Keewatin and 
Kenora and Sioux Lookout, 

B. the Townships of Barclay, Ear Falls, Golden, Ignace, 
Machin, Red Lake and Sioux Narrows, 

C. the geographic townships of Baird, Boys, Britton, 
Buller, Colenso, Dome, Drayton, Eton, Hartman, 
Heyson, Ilsley, Jordan, Kirkup, Ladysmith, Melgund, 
Mutrie, Pellatt, Redditt, Redvers, Rowell, Rugby, 
Smellie, Southworth, Van Home, Vermilion, Vermilion 
Additional, Wabigoon, Wainwright and Zealand, 

D. that portion of the geographic township of Aubrey that 
is not part of the Township of Machin, 

E. that portion of Block 10 lying south of the production 
easterly and westerly of the most northerly limit of the 
geographic township of Drayton, 

F. all the lands in unsurveyed territory in the vicinity of 
the station house of the Canadian National Railways at 
Minaki described as follows: 

commencing at a point distant 4 kilometres measured 
east astronomically from the northeast corner of the 
said station house, 



thence north astronomically 4 kilometres, 

thence west astronomically 8 kilometres, 

thence south astronomically 8 kilometres, 

thence east astronomically 8 kilometres, 

thence north astronomically 4 kilometres to the point 
of commencement, 

G. except for those parts of the mainland which are 
crossed by the said line, all lands lying north of a line 
extending from the southernmost extremity of the 
geographic Township of Boys to the southwest corner 
of the geographic Township of Kirkup and south of the 
southerly boundaries of the geographic townships of 
Boys and Pellatt, the Towns of Jaffray Melick, 
Keewatin and Kenora, 

H. all lands within an area of 6.4 kilometres in width and 
lying on both sides of the centre line of tertiary road 
Number 804 and within 3.2 kilometres of the said 
centre line measured at right angles thereto, and not in 
the Township of Ear Falls, and 

I. all lands within an area of 6.4 kilometres in width and 
lying on both sides of the centre line of that part of the 
King's Highway known as Number 105 and within 3.2 
kilometres of and measured at right angles to that 
portion of the centre line of the said part of the highway 
extending in a generally northerly and northwesterly 
direction from its intersection with the centre line of 
Pickerel Creek to its intersection with the southerly 
limit of the Township of Red Lake, and not in the 
Township of Ear Falls or referred to in subparagraph H. 

6. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 5B consists of, 

i. in the Territorial District of Kenora, 

A. the geographic townships of Godson, Phillips and 
Tweedsmuir, 

B. all lands in unsurveyed territory within an area the 
boundary sides of which are as follows: 

1. on the west side, the International Boundary 
between the point of intersection thereon of the 
49th degree parallel of north latitude and the point 
of intersection of the production westerly of the 
north boundary of the geographic township of 
Tweedsmuir along the 4th base line, 

2. on the south side, the line described as commencing 
at the point of intersection of the 49th degree 
parallel of north latitude with the International 
Boundary, 

thence due east 24 kilometres more or less along 
the 49th degree parallel of north latitude to the east 
shore of the Lake of the Woods, 

thence north easterly and northerly along the east 
shore of the Lake of the Woods and the south and 
east shores of Sabaskong Bay of the Lake of the 
Woods to the point of intersection of the westerly 
production of the south boundary of the geographic 
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thence due east along the said south boundary of 
the said geographic Township and along their 
production due east being along O.L.S. Gillon's 
base line of 1919 to the 24th mile post on O.L.S. 
Alexander Niven's 6th meridian line, 

3. on the east side, O.L.S. Alexander Niven's 6th 
meridian line between the 24th mile post thereon 
and the point of intersection on the said meridian 
line of the production due east along the 4th base 
line of the north boundary of the geographic 
township of Tweedsmuir, 

4. on the north side, the production along the 4th base 
line westerly to the International Boundary and 
easterly to O.L.S. Alexander Niven's 6th meridian 
line of the north boundary of the geographic 
township of Tweedsmuir, and 

ii. in the Territorial District of Rainy River, 

A. the Towns of Fort Frances and Rainy River, 

B. the Townships of Alberton, Atikokan, Chappie, 
Dawson, Emo, La Vallée, Morley, Morson, 

C. the Township of McCrosson and Tovell, 

D. the geographic townships of Asmussen, Baker, 
Bennett, Claxton, Croome, Dance, Dewart, Farrington, 
Fleming, Griesinger, Halkirk, Hutchinson, Kingsford, 
Mathieu, McCaul, McLarty, Menary, Miscampbell, 
Nelles, Pratt, Rowe, Senn, Sifton, Spohn, Sutherland, 
Tanner, Trottier and Watten, 

E. all the lands in unsurveyed territory described as 
follows: 

commencing at the southwest corner of the geographic 
township of Bennett, 

thence south astronomically 9.6 kilometres, 

thence east astronomically to a point distant 9.6 
kilometres measured south astronomically from the 
southeast corner of the geographic township of Baker, 

thence north astronomically 9.6 kilometres more or 
less to the southeast corner of the geographic township 
of Baker, 

thence west astronomically to the point of commence- 
ment, 

F. all the lands in unsurveyed territory described as 
follows: 

commencing at the southwest corner of the geographic 
township of McCaul, 

thence south astronomically 9.6 kilometres, 

thence east astronomically to a point distant 9.6 
kilometres measured south astronomically from the 
southeast corner of the geographic township of 
Trottier, 

thence north astronomically 9.6 kilometres more or 
less to the southeast corner of the geographic township 
of Trottier, 



thence west astronomically to the point of commence- 
ment, 

G. the Wild Land Reserve, and 

H. all lands in unsurveyed territory within an area the 
boundary sides of which are as follows: 

1. on the north side, the northerly limit of the 
Territorial District of Rainy River commencing at 
the point of intersection of the 49th degree parallel 
of north latitude with the International Boundary, 

thence due east 24 kilometres more or less along 
the 49th degree parallel of north latitude to the east 
shore of the Lake of the Woods, 

thence north easterly and northerly along the east 
shore of the Lake of the Woods and the south and 
east shores of Sabaskong Bay of the Lake of the 
Woods to the point of intersection of the westerly 
production of the north boundaries of the geogra- 
phic townships of Claxton and McLarty, 

thence due easterly along the said north boundaries 
of the said geographic townships and along their 
production due east being along O.L.S. Gillon's 
base line of 1919 to the 24th mile post on O.L.S. 
Alexander Niven's 6th meridian line, 

thence due south along the said meridian line 9.6 
kilometres to the 1 8th mile post thereon in latitude 
49° 0' 6" north, 

thence due east to the point of intersection of the 
production north of the east boundary of the 
geographic township of Farrington, 

2. on the east side, the line formed by the east bound- 
ary of the geographic township of Farrington, the 
production of the said east boundary due north to 
the north boundary of the Territorial District of 
Rainy River and the production due south of the 
said east boundary to the International Boundary, 

3. on the south side, the International Boundary from 
the mouth of the Rainy River easterly to the point 
of intersection on the International Boundary of the 
production due south of the east boundary of the 
geographic township of Farrington, 

4. on the west side, the International Boundary from 
the mouth of the Rainy River northerly to the point 
of intersection on the International Boundary of the 
49th degree parallel of north latitude. 

7. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 6A consists of, in the Territorial District of 
Thunder Bay, 

i. the City of Thunder Bay, 

ii. the Townships of Conmee, Gillies, Neebing, O'Connor, 
Oliver, Paipoonge and Shuniah, 

iii. the geographic townships of Blackwell, Conacher, Devon, 
Forbes, Fraleigh, Goldie, Golding, Gorham, Hagey, Laurie, 
Lismore, Lybster, Marks, Michener, Pearson, Robson, 
Scoble, Sibley, Strange and Ware, 

iv. the Dawson Road Lots, and 



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v. the area bounded by the easterly boundary of Lot I, 
concessions 1 and 2 of the Dawson Road Lots; the southerly 
boundary of the geographic township of Forbes; the 
westerly shore of the Kaministiquia River (sometimes 
known as the Dog River) and the northerly shore of the 
Shebandowan River (sometimes known as the Matawin 
River). 

The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 6B consists of, in the Territorial District of 
Thunder Bay, 

i. the Towns of Geraldton, Longlac and Marathon, 

ii. the Townships of Beardmore, Dorion, Manitouwadge, 
Nipigon, Red Rock, Schreiber and Terrace Bay, 

iii. the geographic townships of Atikameg, Ashmore, Bomby, 
Boothe, Brothers, Bryant, Byron, Cecil, Cécile, Coldwell, 
Corrigal, Cotte, Daley, Davies, Errington, Flood, Foote, 
Grain, Grenville, Herbert, Homer, Houck, Killraine, 
Knowles, Laberge, Lahontan, Lecours, Leduc, Lyon, 
McCron, McGill, Mikano, Nickle, Oakes, O'Neill, Pic, 
Priske, Roberta, Shabotik, Spooner, Stirling, Strey, Syine, 
Tuuri, Walsh, Wiggins and Yesno, and 

iv. all lands in unsurveyed territory within an area described as 
follows: 

A. on the north side, the extension of the north side of the 
geographic township of Davies westerly to intersect 
with the boundary formed by extending the west side 
of the geographic township of Wiggins northerly until 
it meets the said extension, 

B. on the east side, the extension of the east side of the 
geographic township of Spooner southerly until the 
Canada-United States border, 

C. on the south side, the Canada-United States border, and 

D. on the west side, the extension of the west side of the 
geographic township of Wiggins southerly until the 
Canada-United States border, excluding St. Ignace 
Island. 



16. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 14 consists of the Counties of Northumber- 
land (including that portion of the City of West Quinte which on 
January 1, 1997 was part of the County of Northumberland) and 
Peterborough and the Municipality of Clarington in The 
Regional Municipality of Durham. 

17. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 15 consists of the District Municipality of 
Muskoka, except the Freeman Ward of the Township of 
Georgian Bay, and the Counties of Haliburton and Victoria. 

18. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 16 consists of The Regional Municipality of 
York. 

19. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 17 consists of the County of Simcoe. 

20. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 1 8 consists of the Counties of Dufferin and 
Wellington. 

21. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 19 consists of The Regional Municipality of 
Peel. 

22. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 20 consists of The Regional Municipality of 
Halton. 

23. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 21 consists of The Regional Municipality of 
Hamilton-Wentworth. 

24. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 22 consists of The Regional Municipality of 
Niagara. 

25. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 23 consists of The Regional Municipality of 
Haldimand-Norfolk and the County of Brant. 

26. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 24 consists of The Regional Municipality of 
Waterloo. 



9. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 7 consists of the Counties of Bruce and Grey. 

10. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 8 consists the Counties of Huron and Perth. 

1 1 . The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 9 consists of the County of Essex. 

12. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 10 consists of the Counties of Kent and 
Lambton. 

13. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 11 consists of the Counties of Elgin, 
Middlesex and Oxford. 

14. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 12 consists of the urban area of the City of 
Toronto incorporated by the City of Toronto Act, 1997. 

15. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 1 3 consists of The Regional Municipality of 
Durham, except for the Municipality of Clarington. 



27. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 25 consists of The Regional Municipality of 
Ottawa-Carleton. 

28. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 26 consists of the County of Lanark, the 
United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, the United Counties of 
Prescott and Russell and the United Counties of Stormont, 
Dundas and Glengarry. 

29. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 27 consists of the Counties of Frontenac and 
Lennox and Addington. 

30. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 28 consists of the County of Renfrew. 

31. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Public District 
School Board No. 29 consists of the County of Hastings 
(including that portion of the City of West Quinte which on 
January 1, 1997 was part of the County of Hastings) and the 
County of Prince Edward. 

4. Twenty-nine English-language separate district school boards are 
established. 



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5. The name of each English-language separate district school 

board is "English-language Separate District School Board No. " 

(inserting a number between 30 and 55 or a combination of numbers 
and letters as set out in each paragraph of section 6). 

6. The following are the areas of jurisdiction of the English- 
language separate district school boards: 

1. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Separate District 
School Board No. 30A consists of, 

i. in the Territorial District of Algoma, the geographic 
townships of Ebbs and Templeton, 

ii. in the Territorial District of Cochrane, 

A. the City of Timmins, 

B. the Towns of Cochrane, Hearst, Iroquois Falls, Kapus- 
kasing and Smooth Rock Falls, 

C. the Townships of Glackmeyer, Mattice-Val Cote, 
Moonbeam, Opasatika and Val Rita-Harty, 

D. the portion of the Township of Black River-Matheson 
that on December 31, 1996 was not part of the 
geographic townships of Barnet, Frecheville, Garrison, 
Harker, Holloway, Lamplugh, Marriott, McCool, 
Michaud, Rand or Stoughton, 

E. the portion of the Township of Fauquier-Strickland that 
on December 31, 1996 was not part of the geographic 
townships of Beardmore, Carmichael, MacVicar or 
Stringer, 

F. the geographic townships of Aurora, Barker, Blount, 
Brower, Calder, Casgrain, Clute, Colquhoun, Fournier, 
Fox, Hanlan, Hanna, Irish, Kendall, Kennedy, Landry, 
Lamarche, Leitch, Lowther, McCowan, Mortimer, 
Nansen, Newmarket, O'Brien, Ottaway, Pyne, St. John, 
Stimson Stoddard, Studholme, Teefy and Way, 

G. the portion of the geographic township of Benoit that 
is not part of the Township of Black River-Matheson, 

H. the portion of the geographic township of Haggart that 
is not part of the Township of Fauquier-Strickland, 

I. the portion of the geographic township of Owens that 
is not part of the Township of Val Rita-Harty, 

iii. in the Territorial District of Nipissing, 

A. the Township of Temagami, 

B. the geographic townships of Askin, Aston, Banting, 
Belfast, Best, Briggs, Canton, Cassels, Chambers, 
Cynthia, Eldridge, Rett, Gladman, Gooderham, 
Hammell, Hartle, Hobbs, Joan, Law, Le Roche, 
McCallum, McLaren, Notman, Riddel), Sisk, Thistle, 
Torrington, Vogt and Yates, and 

iv. in the Territorial District of Timiskaming, 

A. the Towns of Charlton, Cobalt, Englehart, Haileybury, 
Kirkland Lake, Latchford and New Liskeard, 

B. the Village of Thornloe, 



C. the Townships of Armstrong, Brethour, Casey, 
Chamberlain, Coleman, Dack, Dymond, Evanturel, 
Gauthier, Harley, Harris, Hilliard, Hudson, James, 
Kerns, Larder Lake, Matachewan and McGarry, and 

D. the geographic townships of Auld, Barber, Barr, Bayly, 
Beauchamp, Boston, Brigstocke, Bryce, Cane, 
Catharine, Chown, Coleman, Corkill, Davidson, Eby, 
Farr, Firstbrook, Gillies Limit, Grenfell, Haultain, 
Henwood, Ingram, Kittson, Lawson, Lebel, Lorrain, 
Lundy, Maisonville, Marquis, Marter, McElroy, 
Mickle, Milner, Mulligan, Nichol, Otto, Pacaud, Pense, 
Roadhouse, Robillard, Savard, Sharpe, Smyth, South 
Lorrain, Truax, Tudhope, Willet and Willison. 

2. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Separate District 
School Board No. 30B consists of, 

i. in the Territorial District of Nipissing, 

A. the City of North Bay, 

B. the Towns of Cache Bay, Kearney, Mattawa and 
Sturgeon Falls, 

C. the Townships of Bonfield, Caldwell, Calvin, 
Chisholm, East Ferris, Field, Mattawan, Papineau- 
Cameron and Springer, 

D. the geographic townships of Badgerow, Bastedo, 
Beaucage, Blyth, Boyd, Clarkson, Commanda, Crerar, 
Deacon, Eddy, Falconer, French, Gibbons, Grant, 
Hugel, Jocko, Kenny, Kirkpatrick, Lauder, Loudon, 
Lyman, Macpherson, Merrick, Milne, Olive, Pedley, 
Pentland, Phelps, Phyllis, Poitras and Wyse, and 

ii. in the Territorial District of Parry Sound, 

A. the Towns of Kearney, Powassan and Trout Creek, 

B. the Villages of Burk's Falls, Magnetawan, South River 
and Sundridge, 

C. the Townships of Armour, Chapman, Joly, Machar, 
McMurrich, Nipissing, North Himsworth, Perry, 
Ryerson, South Himsworth and Strong, 

D. the portion of the Township of Seguin which on 
January 1 , 1997 was part of the geographic township of 
Monteith, 

E. the geographic townships of Laurier, Lount, Patterson 
and Pringle, and 

F. the portion of the geographic township of Monteith 
that is not part of the Township of Seguin. 

3. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Separate District 
School Board No. 3 1 consists of, 

i. in the Territorial District of Algoma, 

A. the Cities of Elliot Lake and Sault Ste. Marie, 

B. the Town of Blind River, 

C. the Village of Iron Bridge, 

D. the Townships of Johnson, Laird, Michipicoten, The 
North Shore, Prince, Shedden, Thompson and White 
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E. the Township of Day and Bright Additional, 

F. the Township of Macdonald, Meredith and Aberdeen 
Additional, 

G. the Township of Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional, 

H. the geographic townships of Archibald, Aweres, 
Bright, Cobden, Dennis, Déroche, Esquega Fenwick, 
Fiddler, Fisher, Gaudette, Gladstone, Grasett, 
Havilland, Herrick, Hodgins, Home, Jarvis, Jogues, 
Juillette, Kamichisitit, Kars, Kincaid, Ley, Mack, 
Montgomery, Nouvel, Parkinson, Patton, Peever, 
Pennefather, Rix, Ryan, Scarfe, Shields, Slater, Tilley, 
Timmermans, Tupper and VanKoughnet, 

I. the mining locations known as Montreal Mining 
Southern Location, Montreal Mining Northern 
Location, A. McDonnell Mining Location, Kincaid 
Mining Locations, 5, 6, 7 and 8 and Rankin Mining 
Location, 

J. the portion of the geographic Township of Striker that 
is not part of the Township of The North Shore, and 

K. all the islands of the North Channel of Lake Huron 
lying south of the geographic townships of Bright, 
Cobden and the portion of Striker that is not part of the 
Township of the North Shore, and 

ii. in the Territorial District of Sudbury, 

A. the Towns of Espanola, Massey and Webbwood, 

B. the Townships of Baldwin, Chapleau, Nairn and The 
Spanish River, 

C. the geographic townships of Caverley, Chapleau, 
Curtin, de Gaulle, Eisenhower, Foster, Gallagher, 
Genier, Gough, Halsey, Kaplan, McKinnon, Merritt, 
Mongowin, Panet, Roosevelt, Shakespeare and 
Truman, and 

D. the portion of the geographic township of Hyman that 
is not part of The Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 

iii. in the Territorial District of Manitoulin, Ward No. 2 of the 
Town of Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands. 

4. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Separate District 
School Board No. 32 consists of, 

i. in the Territorial District of Sudbury, 

A. The Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 

B. the Township of Casimir, Jennings and Appleby, 

C. the Township of Cosby, Mason and Martland, 

D. the Township of Hagar, 

E. the Township of Ratter and Dunnet, 

F. the geographic townships of Allen, Awrey, Bigwood, 
Burwash, Cartier, Cascaden, Cherriman, Cleland, Cox, 
Davis, Delamere, Foy, Haddo, Hart, Harty, Hawley, 
Hendrie, Henry, Hess, Hoskin, Janes, Laura, Loughrin, 
Moncrieff, Scadding, Scollard, Secord, Servos and 
Street, 



G. the portions of the geographic townships of Dill, Eden 
and Tilton that are not part of The Regional Municipa- 
lity of Sudbury, 

H. the portion of the geographic township of Dryden that 
is not part of The Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 

I. the portion of the geographic township of Trill that is 
not part of The Regional Municipality of Sudbury, 

ii. in the Territorial District of Manitoulin, the Township of 
Rutherford and George Island, and 

iii. in the Territorial District of Parry Sound, the geographic 
townships of Henvey and Wallbridge. 

5. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Separate District 
School Board No. 33A is 

i. in the Territorial District of Kenora, 

A. the Towns of Dryden and Sioux Lookout, 

B. the Townships of Barclay and Machin, 

C. the geographic townships of Britton, Buller, Colenso, 
Drayton, Eton, Godson, Hartman, Ilsley, Jordan, 
Ladysmith, Melgund, Mutrie, Phillips, Redvers, 
Rowell, Rugby, Smellie, Southworth, Tweedsmuir, Van 
Home, Vermilion, Vermilion Additional, Wabigoon, 
Wainwright and Zealand, 

D. that portion of the geographic township of Aubrey that 
is not part of the Township of Machin, 

E. that portion of Block 10 lying south of the production 
easterly and westerly of the most northerly limit of the 
geographic township of Drayton, 

F. all lands in unsurveyed territory within an area the 
boundary sides of which are as follows: 

1. on the west side, the International Boundary 
between the point of intersection thereon of the 
49th degree parallel of north latitude and the point 
of intersection of the production westerly of the 
north boundary of the geographic township of 
Tweedsmuir along the 4th base line. 

2. on the south side, the line described as commencing 
at the point of intersection of the 49th degree 
parallel of north latitude with the International 
Boundary; thence due east 24 kilometres more or 
less along the 49th degree parallel of north latitude 
to the east shore of the Lake of the Woods; thence 
north easterly and northerly along the east shore of 
the Lake of the Woods and the south and east shores 
of Sabaskong Bay of the Lake of the Woods to the 
point of intersection of the westerly production of 
the south boundary of the geographic township of 
Godson; thence due east along the said south 
boundary of the said geographic township and 
along its production due east being along O.L.S. 
Gillon's base line of 1919 to the 24th mile post on 
O.L.S. Alexander Niven's 6th meridian line. 

3. on the east side, O.L.S. Alexander Niven's 6th 
meridian line between the 24th mile post thereon 
and the point of intersection on the said meridian 
line of the production due east along the 4th base 
line of the north boundary of the geographic 
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4. on the north side, the production along the 4th base 
line westerly to the International Boundary and 
easterly to O.L.S. Alexander Niven's 6th meridian 
line of the north boundary of the geographic 
township of Tweedsmuir, and 

ii. in the Territorial District of Rainy River, 

A. the Towns of Fort Frances and Rainy River, 

B. the Townships of Alberton, Chappie, Dawson, Emo, La 
Vallée, Morley and Morson, 

C. the Township of McCrosson and Tovell, 

D. the geographic townships of Claxton, Croome, Dance, 
Dewart, Farrington, Fleming, Griesinger, Halkirk, 
Kingsford, Mathieu, McLarty, Menary, Miscampbell, 
Nelles, Pratt, Rowe, Senn, Sifton, Spohn, Sutherland 
and Watten, 

E. the Wild Land Reserve, 

F. all lands in unsurveyed territory within an area the 
boundary sides of which are as follows: 

1. on the north side, the northerly limit of the 
Territorial District of Rainy River commencing at 
the point of intersection of the 49th degree parallel 
of north latitude with the International Boundary; 
thence due east 24 kilometres more or less along 
the 49th degree parallel of north latitude to the east 
shore of the Lake of the Woods; thence north 
easterly and northerly along the east shore of the 
Lake of the Woods and the south and east shores of 
Sabaskong Bay of the Lake of the Woods to the 
point of intersection of the westerly production of 
the north boundaries of the geographic townships 
of Claxton and McLarty; thence due easterly along 
the said north boundaries of the said geographic 
townships and along their production due east 
being along O.L.S. Gillon's base line of 1919 to the 
24th mile post on O.L.S. Alexander Niven's 6th 
meridian line; thence due south along the said 
meridian line 9.6 kilometres to the 18th mile post 
thereon in latitude 49°0' 6" north; thence due east 
to the point of intersection of the production north 
of the east boundary of the geographic township of 
Farrington. 

2. on the east side, the line formed by the east 
boundary of the geographic township of 
Farrington, the production of the said east 
boundary due north to the north boundary of the 
Territorial District of Rainy River and the 
production due south of the said east boundary to 
the International Boundary. 

3. on the south side, the International Boundary from 
the mouth of the Rainy River easterly to the point 
of intersection on the International Boundary of the 
production due south of the east boundary of the 
geographic township of Farrington. 

4. on the west side, the International Boundary from 
the mouth of the Rainy River northerly to the point 
of intersection on the International Boundary of the 
49th degree parallel of north latitude. 



6. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Separate District 
School Board No. 33B consists of, in the Territorial District of 
Kenora, 

A. the Towns of Jaffray Melick, Keewatin and Kenora, 

B. the Township of Sioux Narrows, 

C. the geographic townships of Boys, Kirkup, Pellatt and 
Redditt, 

D. all the lands in unsurveyed territory in the vicinity of the 
station house of the Canadian National Railways at Minaki 
described as follows: 

commencing at a point distant 4 kilometres measured east 
astronomically from the northeast corner of the said station 
house; 

thence north astronomically 4 kilometres; 

thence west astronomically 8 kilometres; 

thence south astronomically 8 kilometres; 

thence east astronomically 8 kilometres; 

thence north astronomically 4 kilometres to the pointof 
commencement, and 

E. except for those parts of the mainland which are crossed by 
the said line, all lands lying north of a line extending from 
the southernmost extremity of the geographic township of 
Boys to the southwest corner of the geographic township of 
Kirkup and south of the southerly boundaries of the 
geographic townships of Boys and Pellatt, the Towns of 
Jaffray Melick, Keewatin and Kenora. 

7. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Separate District 
School Board No. 34A consists of, in the Territorial District of 
Thunder Bay, 

i. the City of Thunder Bay, 

ii. the Townships of Conmee, Gillies, Neebing, O'Connor, 
Oliver, Paipoonge and Shuniah, 

iii. the geographic townships of Blackwell, Conacher, Devon, 
Forbes, Fraleigh, Goldie, Golding, Gorham, Hagey, Laurie, 
Lismore, Lybster, Marks, Michener, Pearson, Robson, 
Scoble, Sibley, Strange and Ware, 

iv. the Dawson Road Lots, and 

v. the area bounded by the easterly boundary of Lot 1, 
concessions 1 and 2 of the Dawson Road Lots; the southerly 
boundary of the geographic township of Forbes; the 
westerly shore of the Kaministiquia River (sometimes 
known as the Dog River) and the northerly shore of the 
Shebandowan River (sometimes known as the Matawin 
River). 

8. The area of jurisdiction of English-language Separate District 
School Board No. 34B consists of, in the Territorial District of 
Thunder Bay, 

i. the Towns of Geraldton, Longlac and Marathon, 

ii. the Townships of Beardmore, Dorion, Manitouwadge, 
Nakina, Nipigon, Red Rock, Schreiber and Terrace Bay, 



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iii. the geographic townships of Ashmore, Atikameg, Bomby, 
Boothe, Brothers, Bryant,